On Being Sarah
Albert Whitman & Company
Twelve-year-old Sarah Bennett, a young victim of cerebral palsy, yearns to become a part of the "normal" world, and she gets her chance when she is mainstreamed into a regular school, makes a new best friend, and learns to come to terms with her special challenge.
Disability and Health; Physical disability; Developmental disability; wheelchair user; cerebral palsy
mother and sister
special eduation class; sister; disappointment; Blissymbols system; communication; friendship; challenges
Helfman, Elizabeth S., "On Being Sarah" (1992). Diverse Families. 1951.