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Children's literature is a tool that allows us to cover the topic of disability with young ones in a fun, familiar way. If the topic is discussed both at home and at school from the time they are very young, it will be easier to understand it as normal.

«Children's literature is a tool that allows us to cover the topic of disability with young ones in a fun, familiar way.»

 

blog bateclifestyle functional diversity through childrens literature  "Lorenzo's pot"

Isabelle Carrier

Juventud

Illustrated story about how Lorenzo overcomes the difficulties of his day-to-day life and learns that his pot (disability) doesn't have to be an obstacle to his relationships with others.

Ages 6 and up

"Superheroes"

Roberto Aliaga

Anaya

Illustrated book with the stories of children with different disabilities who go to a special school where they learn to use their "super powers".

Ages 3 and up

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blog bateclifestyle functional diversity through childrens literature "Tillie McGillie's fantastical chair"

Vivian French

Walker Books Ltd

Tili flies out her window in her wheelchair thanks to her grandma's powers and has fun adventures.

Ages 8 and up

"My sister Aixa"

Meri Torras y Mikel Valverde

La Galera

Illustrated book showing how a young boy admires the strength of his adopted sister, an African girl missing a leg.

Ages 8 and up

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blog bateclifestyle functional diversity through childrens literature "Anizeto Calzeta"

Guillermo Fesser

Alfaguara

A collection of books telling the adventures of Anizeto, a clumsy detective, and Ruedas, a girl in a wheelchair who helps him solve his baffling cases.

Ages 9 and up

Stories to feel – We're all different

"Lola the wolf"

Almudena Taboada

Ediciones SM

Each illustrated story in this book series focuses on a different disability and teaches children to deal with them. In terms of physical disabilities, there is a story that explains paraplegia called "Lola the wolf", starring a wolf in a wheelchair who is loved by the rest of the animals in the forest because she tells great stories.

Ages 3 and up


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blog bateclifestyle functional diversity through childrens literature "Marta's shoes"

Meritxel Margarit y Marta Montañá

Spanish Federation of Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus Associations (FEBHI)

Teaching material featuring a young girl with Spina bifida who teaches her friend Nico about the complications of her condition on a weekend together.

From 6 to 15 years old.

"Best friends: a pop-up book"

Sheri Safran y Mark Chambers

Tango Books

This book uses flaps and pop-ups to show that being in a wheelchair is no obstacle to playing just like the rest of the kids and that friendship knows no limits.

Ages 5 and up

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blog bateclifestyle functional diversity through childrens literature "A special dad"

Piero Schiavo y Josep Torres

La Galera

Cuento ilustrado que trata sobre un niño que le cuenta a sus compañeros de clase las cosas extraordinarias que es capaz de hacer su padre, para al final descubrir que va en silla de ruedas.

A partir de 5 años

 

To finish up, we'll look at books for adults that also discuss disabilities.

 

"María y I"

Miguel Gallardo

Astiberri

A graphic novel with images the author uses to communicate with his autistic daughter. The aim is for readers to connect with their emotions through the ideas and situations evoked by these images compiled in the book.

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blog bateclifestyle functional diversity through childrens literature "Mallko and dad"

Gusti Rosemffet

Océano Travesía

Illustrated book explaining how to face parenthood when your child is born with a disability. Gusti tells about his personal experience: from the initial dismay of learning his son would be born with Down syndrome to his unconditional love for him.

 

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