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Buzzing
Buzzing
by Samuel Sattin; illustrated by Rye Hickman

Isaac is a shy boy with OCD, but one day at school he meets new friends who introduce him to role-playing games, which lead him on a journey of self-discovery and growth

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The Girl who Figured it Out: The Inspiring True Story of Wheelchair Athlete Minda Dentler becoming an Ironman World Champion
The Girl who Figured it Out: The Inspiring True Story of Wheelchair Athlete Minda Dentler becoming an Ironman World Champion
by Minda Dentler; pictures by Stephanie Dehennin

The uplifting true story of Minda Dentler, the first female wheelchair athlete to complete the Ironman World Championship triathlon.

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They Built me for Freedom: The Story of Juneteenth and Houston's Emancipation Park
They Built me for Freedom: The Story of Juneteenth and Houston's Emancipation Park
by Tonya Duncan Ellis; illustrated by Jenin Mohammed

Bringing to life the 150-year story of Emancipation Park in Houston, Texas, and the origins of Juneteenth, this moving picture book, with lyrical text and vibrant artwork, is an ode to the struggle, triumph, courage and joy of Black America.

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Butterfly on the Wind
Butterfly on the Wind
by Adam Pottle; illustrated by Ziyue Chen

Nervous for her talent show performance, Aurora spots a butterfly and is inspired to conjure a magical butterfly with her hands which sets off a chain reaction of support and empowerment among the global Deaf community

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Listening to the Quiet
Listening to the Quiet
by Cassie Silva; illustrated by Frances Ives

Jacki's mama is slowly losing her hearing. As Mama's world becomes quieter. Jacki's remains full of sound. Can Jacki and her mama find a way to keep sharing the music they love?

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How are You, Verity?
How are You, Verity?
by Meghan Wilson Duff, PsyD; illustrated by Taylor Barron

Verity, a young neurodivergent child, enters into unique conversations with every neighbor they greet.

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Flap Your Hands: A Celebration of Stimming
Flap Your Hands: A Celebration of Stimming
by Steve Asbell

Four neurodivergent kids, who face stressful moments throughout their day, use body movements, called stims, to self-regulate their emotions.

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More than Words: So Many Ways to Say What We Mean
More than Words: So Many Ways to Say What We Mean
by Roz MacLean

Quietly observing the many different ways his classmates communicate, Nathan learns that understanding and being mindful of one another are the greatest bridges to friendship and belonging.

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I am a Masterpiece!: An Empowering Story about Inclusivity and Growing up with Down Syndrome
I am a Masterpiece!: An Empowering Story about Inclusivity and Growing up with Down Syndrome
by Mia Armstrong with Marissa Moss; illustrated by Alexandra Thompson

The tween actress presents this sparkling picture book in which she shows how Down syndrome makes her a masterpiece?—?as we all are?—?and helps others understand those friends, classmates and family members who are neurodivergent.

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Ruby the Rambunctious
Ruby the Rambunctious
by José Carlos Andrés; illustrated by Lucía Serrano

When Ruby is told she has a disability, her parents start treating her very differently but Ruby just wants to be treated the same as her two brothers.

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