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Title Disability visibility : 17 first-person stories for today : adapted for young adults / edited by Alice Wong.

Publication Info. New York : Delacorte Press, [2021]


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 Pittsburg 1st Fl Young Adult Non-Fiction  YA 305.9 Won    ---  Available
Edition First edition.
Description xviii, 139 pages ; 22 cm.
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Note "This work is based on Disability Visibility: First-Person Stories from the Twenty-First Century, introduction and compilation copyright 2020 by Alice Wong, published in paperback by Vintage Books, an division of Penguin Random House LLC, New York"--Title page verso.
Audience Ages 12 up Delacorte Press
Summary "A young adult adaptation of Alice Wong's Disability Visibility: First Person Stories from the Twenty-First Century"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (page 135).
Contents Part 1: Being. If you can't fast, give / Maysoon Zayid -- There's a mathematical equation that proves I'm ugly--or so I learned in in my seventh-grade art class / Ariel Henley -- When you are waiting to be healed / June Eric-Udorie -- The isolation of being deaf in prison / Jeremy Woody, as told to Christie Thompson -- Part 2: Becoming. We can't go back / Ricardo T. Thornton Sr. -- Guide dogs don't lead blind people. We wander as one. / Haben Girma -- Canfei to Canji: the freedom of being loud / Sandy Ho -- Nurturing Black disabled joy / Keah Brown -- Selma Blair became a disabled icon overnight -- Part 3: Doing. So. Not. Broken. / Alice Sheppard -- Incontinence is a public health issue--and we need to talk about it / Mari Ramsawakh -- Falling/burning: being a bipolar creator / Shoshana Kessock -- Gaining power through communication access / Lateef McLeod -- Part 4: Connecting. The fearless Benjamin Lay: activist, abolitionist, dwarf person / Eugene Grant -- Love means never having to say...anything / Jamison Hill -- On the ancestral plane: crip hand-me-downs and the legacy of our movements / Stacey Milbern -- The beauty of spaces created for and by disabled people / s.e. smith.
Source B&T 02.2022 PARS
Subject People with disabilities -- United States -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
People with disabilities -- United States -- Social conditions -- Juvenile literature.
People with disabilities.
Added Author Wong, Alice, 1974- editor.
Zayid, Maysoon. If you can't fast, give.
Henley, Ariel, 1992- There's a mathematical equation that proves I'm ugly--or so I learned in my seventh-grade art class.
Eric-Udorie, June, 1998- When you are waiting to be healed.
Woody, Jeremy. Isolation of being deaf in prison.
Thornton, Ricardo T. We can't go back.
Girma, Haben, 1988- Guide dogs don't lead blind people.
Ho, Sandy. Canfei to canji.
Brown, Keah. Nurturing Black disabled joy.
Arielle, Zipporah. Selma Blair became a disabled icon overnight.
Sheppard, Alice. So. Not. Broken.
Other Form: Online version: Disability visibility First edition. New York : Delacorte Press, [2021] 9780593381694 (DLC) 2021019563
ISBN 9780593381670

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