|||It's Okay to be Different 
by Todd Parr 
Illustrations and brief text describe all kinds of differences that are "okay," such as "It's okay to be a different color," "It's ok to need some help," and "It's okay to be adopted."
Find in Picture Books (ages 4-8)
|||Extraordinary Friends 
by Fred Rogers 
Focuses on people who are different, who might use wheelchairs or special computers, who are more like you than you might think, and suggests ways to interact with them.
Find in Children's NonFiction: 362.4 R631e (ages 4-9)
|||Let's Talk about Being in a Wheelchair 
by Melanie Ann Apel 
What is a wheelchair? Who uses them? Famous and everyday people in wheelchairs. Wheelchair access, wheelchair sports and learing to use a wheelchair
|||One Handed Catch 
by Mary Jane Auch 
After losing his hand in an accident in 1946, 6th grader Norman uses hard work and humor to learn to live with his disability and to succeed at baseball, art and other activities.
|||The Secret Garden 
by Frances Hodgson Burnett 
Ten year old mary comes to live in a house on the Yorkshire moors and discovers and invalid cousin and mysterious locked garden.