Fairy Haven and the Quest for the Wand

Gail Carson Levine

From Goodreads:

Newberry Honor-winning author Gale Carson Levine (Ella Enchanted) delivers the thrilling sequel to Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg. Rani, Tinker Bell, and all of the Never Fairies find themselves fighting against the greatest danger of all–their own hearts desires–to save their beloved Fairy Haven.

Disability Portrayed: amputation


A Mango-Shaped Space

Wendy Mass

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Mia Winchell appears to be a typical kid, but she’s keeping a big secret—sounds, numbers, and words have color for her. No one knows, and Mia wants to keep it that way. But when trouble at school finally forces Mia to reveal her secret, she must learn to accept herself and embrace her ability, called synesthesia, a mingling of the senses.

Disability Portrayed: synesthesia

The Real Boy

Anne Ursu

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On an island on the edge of an immense sea there is a city, a forest, and a boy. The city is called Asteri, a perfect city saved by the magic woven into its walls when a devastating plague swept through the world years before. The forest is called the Barrow, a vast wood of ancient trees that encircles the city and feeds the earth with magic. And the boy is called Oscar, a shop boy for the most powerful magician in the Barrow, who spends his days in the dark cellar of his master’s shop grinding herbs and dreaming of the wizards who once lived on the island. Oscar’s world is small, but he likes it that way. The real world is vast, strange, and unpredictable. And Oscar does not quite fit in it.
But it’s been a long time since anyone who could call himself a wizard walked the world, and now that world is changing. Children in the city are falling ill; something sinister lurks in the forest. Oscar has long been content to stay in his small room, comforted in the knowledge that the magic that flows from the trees will keep his island safe. Now, even magic may not be enough to save it.

Disability Portrayed: autism spectrum disorder


An Unexpected Adventure

Nan Sweet

From Goodreads:

Sixth grade can be tough, especially at Dusky Hollows.
Carrie’s magic ring wants to go to the new student, Everett. He’s a wheelchair bound sixth-grader with cerebral palsy. But once he has the magic, everything falls apart.
Carrie and Ivy get into trouble at school. Everett is kidnapped. And now Ivy and Carrie are in a race against time to save him.

Disability Portrayed: cerebral palsy

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