Society of Children's Book
Writers and Illustrators
Independent Book Publishers Association
Growing With Grace Series
Our Growing With Grace Series promotes the understanding that children with all types of abilities can gain the skills they need for self-determination.
Finding My Way Books honor children with
disabilities by sharing their stories.
Supporting students, teachers, and families by promoting inclusive practices in education and encouraging the development of skills needed for self-determination
Finding My Way Books are available through
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Finding My Way Series
OurFinding My Way Series promotes the respectful and intentional inclusion of children with disabilities.
Learning My Way Series
Our Learning My Way Series promotes inclusive practice in education through books that are accessible for all children.
We are so excited to share this video of 'Marco and I Want To Play Ball' being read through sign language by Lizzie, a middle school student from the Tennessee School for the Deaf. Jo met Lizzie and her classmates on a Skype In The Classroom visit earlier this fall. Their school counselor arranged the visit and translated a discussion about bullying lead by Jo. In this book, Marco and Isiah show how you can tease without bullying, so this story helps prompt this type of discussion.
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Finding My Way Books has partneredwith Community Resources Council, a 90+ year old Not-for-Profit agency which is an IRA 501(c)3 exempt organization in good standing.
Finding My World Series
Our Finding My World Series promotes the respectful and intentional inclusion of children around the world with disabilities.
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"Stories are magic"
"Stories are magic. Good stories change lives and cultures. Finding My Way Books are spectacular story resources that feature youth and adults living inclusive lives. Beautifully illustrated with photographs and delightfully presented for kids and adults alike. The teaching guides are thoughtful and doable. A great resource for every family and classroom."
Jack Pearpoint, Inclusion Press; Marsha Forest Centre