Disability in Modern Children's Fiction

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Croom Helm, 1985 - Health & Fitness - 176 pages
Examines children's literature as a vehicle to help children, parents, and teachers understand the effects of disability issues on children. Demonstrates how to use children's fiction to explore taboo areas (such as feelings toward a disabled sibling) and stimulate discussion by children and adults.

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