Anderson, Mary Elizabeth. Taking Cerebral Palsy to School. JayJo Books, c 2000. Chad, who has cerebral palsy attends school and does many of the things his classmates do. Ages 4 - 8.
Brown, Tricia. Someone Special, Just Like You. Owlet, Reprint Ed. 1995. Simple text with black and white pictures show a variety of children with a variety of abilities learning and playing. Very positive message. Ages 3-7.
Bunnett, Rochelle. Friends in the Park. Star Bright Books, c 1996. A group of young children with all abilities spend a day at school. Ages 3 - 7.
Gray, Susan Heinrichs. Living With Cerebral Palsy. Child's World, 2002. Introduces readers to the disease, it's causes, how it affects the body, and what it's like to live with the disease. Ages 9 – 12.
Heelan, Jamee Riggio. Rolling Along: The Story of Taylor and His Wheelchair. Peachtree, 2000. Explains how having cerebral palsy affects Taylor and how getting a wheelchair makes a big difference in helping him do things. Ages 6 - 10.
Moran, George. Imagine Me on a Sit-Ski! Albert Whitman & Co., IL, c 1995. Billy goes with his special class on a ski trip.Well done. Ages 5 - 10.