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A Curse So Dark and Lonely. Branches intertwine with each other and the words on the cover.
A Curse So Dark and Lonely

Kemmerer, Brigid

Eighteen for the three hundred twenty-seventh time, Prince Rhen despairs of breaking the curse that turns him into a beast at the end of each day until feisty Harper enters his life.

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Because You’ll Never Meet Me

Thomas, Leah

Ollie, who has seizures when near electricity, lives in a backwoods cabin with his mother and rarely sees other people, and Moritz, born with no eyes and a heart defect that requires a pacemaker, is bullied at his high school, but when a physician who knows both suggests they begin corresponding, they form a strong bond that may get them through dark times.

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Impossible Music: Out of Silence comes a Song. Sound waves are across the page,. The silhouette of a person interrupts them.
Impossible Music

Williams, Sean

In a class for the newly deaf, former musician Simon meets G and his quest to create an entirely new form of music helps him better understand her, himself, and his relationship to the hearing world.

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Love from A to Z. Two characters sit 2 seats away from each other at an airport.
Love from A to Z

Ali, S. K.

Eighteen-year-old Muslims Adam and Zayneb meet in Doha, Qatar, during spring break and fall in love as both struggle to find a way to live their own truths.

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Not If I See You First. The cover art is the title in words and in braille.
Not if I See You First

Lindstrom, Eric

Blind sixteen-year-old Parker Grant navigates friendships and romantic relationships, including a run-in with a boy who previously broke her heart, while coping with her father's recent death.

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One for All

Lainoff, Lillie

One for All is a gender-bent retelling of The Three Musketeers, in which a girl with a chronic illness trains as a Musketeer and uncovers secrets, sisterhood, and self-love.

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Say What You Will

McGovern, Cammie

Born with cerebral palsy, Amy can't walk without a walker, talk without a voice box, or even fully control her facial expressions. Plagued by obsessive-compulsive disorder, Matthew is consumed with repeated thoughts, neurotic rituals, and crippling fear. Both in desperate need of someone to help them reach out to the world, Amy and Matthew are more alike than either ever realized.

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Sick Kids in Love

Moskowitz, Hannah

When Isabel, who has rheumatoid arthritis, meets Sasha, a boy with a chronic illness, she considers breaking her no dating rule for him.

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Six of Crows

Bardugo, Leigh

Six dangerous outcasts. One impossible heist. Kaz's crew is the only thing that might stand between the world and destruction--if they don't kill each other first.

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The Oracle Code: a graphic novel

Nijkamp, Marieke

After a gunshot leaves her paralyzed, Barbara Gordon enters the Arkham Center for Independence, where Gotham's teens undergo physical and mental rehabilitation. Now using a wheelchair, Barbara must adapt to a new normal, but she cannot shake the feelingthat something is dangerously amiss.

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The Silence Between Us

Gervais, Alison

Maya has reservations about transferring to a hearing school after studying in a school for the deaf for years, but grows closer to Beau Watson, the student body president, who starts learning sign language to communicate with her.

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The Theft of Sunlight

Khanani, Intisar

Disabled country girl Rae reluctantly becomes an attendant to Princess Alyrra, navigating palace life while helping investigate the child snatchers who stole the sister of Rae's best friend.

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Unbroken: 13 stories starring disabled teens

Nijkamp, Marieke (EDT)/ Alexander, William/ Benwell, Fox/ Brown, Keah/ Clayton, Dhonielle

An anthology of stories in various genres, featuring disabled characters and written by disabled creators, ranging from established best-selling authors to debut authors.

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You’re Welcome, Universe

Gardner, Whitney

When Julia finds a slur about her best friend scrawled across the back of the Kingston School for the Deaf, she covers it up with a beautiful (albeit illegal) graffiti mural. Her supposed best friend snitches, the principal expels her, and her two mothers set Julia up with a one-way ticket to a "mainstream" school in the suburbs, where she's treated like an outcast as the only deaf student.

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