Harry and Willy and Carrothead
Harry was born with no left hand. When he got to school, the kids asked him what was wrong with his arm. "Nothing," said Harry. "That's my prosthesis." Harry's hand didn't keep him from being a good baseball player -- or a good friend. Harry and Willy and Carrothead are three of the most real kids you are apt to meet between book covers, and you will like them as much as they like each other!
Disability and HealthPhyscial Disability; Birth Defect; Physical disability; missing hand; child with a missing hand; prosthesis
mother and father
The de Grummond Children's Literature Collection
prosthetic limb; prosthetic hand; school; friendship; baseball; bullying; feeling normal
Caseley, Judith, "Harry and Willy and Carrothead" (1991). Diverse Families. 1538.