Let's Talk about Being in a Wheelchair

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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This book discusses the different reasons people use wheelchairs as well as how they work and how to use one for the first time. Whether the student is faced with this challenge or knows someone who is, this inspiring book will offer new insight into a common situation.
 

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Contents

Maisy
5
What Is a Wheelchair?
6
Who Uses a Wheelchair?
9
Famous People in Whee chairs
10
Wheelchair Access
14
Wheelchair Sports 1
17
Using a Wheelchair for the First Time 1
21
Getting Used to a Wheelchair
22
Glossary
23
Index
24
Copyright

About the author (2002)

Melanie Ann Apel, a Lincoln Park original, is raising her own children in the neighborhood that her family has called home for the past half century. Walking to the same grocery store, attending the same grade school, playing on the same playground, and visiting the same zoo, Melanie's children share another generation in the warmth

of Lincoln Park.

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