1. Introduction: Mainstreaming Literature for Young People
  2. Chloë Hughes, Elizabeth A. Wheeler
  3. pp. 261-267
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  1. If Lessons Are to Be Learned: Depiction of Disability in Mienai Bakudan (The Invisible Bomb)
  2. Yayoi Mashimo
  3. pp. 269-285
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  1. "Just Like Me, Just Like You": Narrative Erasure as Disability Normalization in Children's Picture Books
  2. Tanja Aho, Grit Alter
  3. pp. 303-319
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  1. Neurodiverse Self-Discovery and Social Acceptance in Curious Incident and Marcelo in the Real World
  2. Monica Orlando
  3. pp. 321-335
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  1. Fishlegs's Journey: Acknowledged and Unacknowledged Stigma in the How to Train Your Dragon Book Series
  2. Cath Nichols
  3. pp. 353-368
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  1. Disability and Disciplines 2017, Liverpool Hope University
  2. Owen Barden
  3. pp. 369-374
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  1. Reclaiming "Freak" Discourses of Queer Desirability in Circus Amok
  2. Jade Bryan
  3. pp. 375-378
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  1. Crip Times. Disability, Globalisation, and Resistance by Robert McRuer (review)
  2. Owen Barden
  3. pp. 379-382
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  1. Loneliness and Its Opposite: Sex, Disability, and the Ethics of Engagement by Don Kulick and Jens Rydström (review)
  2. Robert McRuer
  3. pp. 382-386
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  1. About the Contributors
  2. pp. 387-389
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