Use any combination of the following terms to find books or DVDs in Fontbonne's Jack C. Taylor Library.
Autism in children
Learning disabled children
Slow learning children
People with disabilities
Children with disabilities
Computers and people with disabilities
Discrimination against people with disabilities
People with mental disabilities
People with visual disabilities
Quadriplegics -- United States -- Biography.
Self-help devices for people with disabilities
Sociology of disability
Sports for people with disabilities
Students with disabilities
Women with disabilities
Parents with disabilities
Athletes with disabilities
Artists with disabilities
The Schneider Family Book Awards honor an author or illustrator for a book that embodies an artistic expression of the disability experience for child and adolescent audiences.
1. Three awards for children’s books are giv annually to recognize and honor authors and illustrators for their distinguished portrayal of people living with a disabling condition, one in each age category:
2. The person with the disability may be the protagonist or secondary character.
3. The book must portray some aspect of living with a physical, mental, or emotional disability. Books with death as the main theme are generally disqualified.
4. The books must be published in English. The award may be given posthumously.
5. When a picture book wins the award, the $5000.00 will be divided equally between the author and illustrator.
Browse the library stacks in the following call number ranges to find books related to Fashion Merchandising.
|BF 376 and RC 394||Memory Disorders|
|HV 2350-2990.7||Deaf and Hearing Impaired|
|HV3003.2-3009.5||Individuals with Mental Disabilities|
|HV 3011-3024||People with Physical Disabilities|
|LB 1050.5||Reading Disabilities|
|LB1050.5 and RC 394.W6||Dyslexia|
|LC 4704-4706 and RC 394||Learning Disabilities|
|LC 4708-4710 and RJ 496||Dyslexic Children|
|RJ 496.L4 and RJ 506||Learning Disabilities in Children|
|RJ 506||Memory Disorders in Children|
The Fontbonne library uses Library of Congress call numbers to organize its collection. The classification system separates all material into 21 classes, each with its own alphabet letter. These classes are divided into smaller classes, or subclasses, identified by additional letters and numbers.
You can search Fontbonne's library catalog by call number HERE.