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Schnoebs
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Mehso-so

3⭐️

Even though these volumes always put a smile on my face and I love Iku Kasahara, these volumes have never gotten to a 4 star for me. I really enjoy the story line and all the bonus content but I think it's because they aren't as memorable as I would like them to me. The bonus manga at the end of the volume was probably my favorite part.

#disability #disabilityrep #manga #library #mpls #twincities

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QuoteQueen

Only a few chapters in and so much of this book is applicable to anyone, with or without a disability. The chapter on communication had a section on flirting tips which was excellent and encouraging. 😊💚

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kgriffith
The Body Silent | Robert Francis Murphy
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Don‘t mind me, just gonna sit here scrawling references in the margins to other things I‘ve read/experienced through my copious tears, nbd ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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kgriffith
The Body Silent | Robert Francis Murphy
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Starting this one for Medical Anthropology.

esurient Well, that subject sounds amazingly interesting. 1mo
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QuoteQueen
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So at first glance this book seems informative but probably not a pleasure to read...however that is totally not the case. It‘s written with a sense of humor (just read “pun intended” haha), compassion, and a bit of empowerment. Love it so far!

(This is book 3 of my 3 book chapter rotation btw). 😜

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wow_reads
Rescue and Jessica: A Life-Changing Friendship | Patrick Downes, Jessica Kensky
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“The message highlights that others might have differing abilities that limit what they do or that they may simply do some things differently.” #Picturebook https://wowlit.org/on-line-publications/review/xi-4/10/

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jenniferw88
Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice | Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
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#toomuchtooyoung I'm thinking of children having to look after disabled relatives - thanks to @Weaponxgirl for bringing this book to my awareness! #ayupaugust @Cinfhen @squirrelbrain

Cinfhen Always a difficult position ~ wanting to be a child but needing to act like a parent. 😢 3mo
squirrelbrain Sounds like an interesting book.... ❤️ 3mo
Chrissyreadit Have you read this? 3mo
jenniferw88 @Chrissyreadit no, it's on my tbr! 3mo
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avalinah
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Mehso-so

Five Steps to Happy is an uplifting story about a stroke of really bad luck with huge consequences and getting up from the ashes after it all. It also has #disability rep. Read an excerpt here: http://bit.ly/2XBMXuB