The Best Seat in the House: How I Woke Up One Tuesday and Was Paralyzed for Life
One Tuesday afternoon Allen Rucker, Hollywood comedy writer and family man, wakes from a nap to find himself paralyzed from the waist down. Shocking? Yes. Unfair? Absolutely. Reality? Inescapably. Rucker is shaken up and angry, but soon realizes he's stuck in a wheelchair forever.
Walk Ride Rodeo: A Story About Amberley Snyder
This is a story of a cowgirl whose love for horses overpowered all challenges put in her path. Her rodeo career began at a young age and her future was destined for success. A car accident changed Amberley's life at age eighteen, leaving her paralyzed.
Where Fairy Tales Go: A Love Story
An inspirational memoir told by a dynamic mother of five, Annette Ross recounts the harrowing and life-altering medical error that left her unable to walk. Resilient in the face of personal challenges, crises of faith and financial struggles, Annette and her family embark on a journey to reclaim a lost fairy tale.
Blindsided by Grace: Entering the World of Disability
An active pastor, husband, father, and triathlete, Bob Molsberry was nearly killed in 1997 in a hit and run accident on a rural highway. After a long period of recovery and rehabilitation, he is a paraplegic who has remained active in family, ministry, and athletics.
Playground Lessons-Friendship and Forgiveness: Harley and His Wheelchair
“Playground Lessons: Friendship And Forgiveness” is a story about a little boy named Harley and his wheelchair. The story contains many emotional issues that the author had as a quadriplegic and still deals with on a daily basis. Playground Lessons is designed to be read to, or by students, in different grade levels, while creating meaningful discussions and lessons.
Tragedy on The Mountain: A Quadriplegic's Journey From Paralysis To Paralympics
A sports accident at age sixteen left the author a quadriplegic, but it did not paralyze his athletic dream. Poppen competed in two consecutive Paralympics, Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008, in wheelchair rugby and tennis, earning a Bronze Medal in wheelchair rugby and numerous Gold Medals and world titles in both sports.
On a bright California Sunday afternoon Briana Walker was driving on the 55 Freeway when she fainted at the wheel of her black Honda Accord, hitting the cement median at seventy-five miles per hour. A young, aspiring dancer, just 23 years old at the time of her accident, Briana was determined to create an amazing life in spite of her new circumstances.
A Life Not with Standing
A Life Not with Standing chronicles the adventures—by turns exhilarating, agonizing and amorous—of an iron lung alumna. It shatters stereotypes about people with disabilities, enabling others to view disability with pride, not prejudice. It celebrates family, faith, music, perseverance, idealism and indignation
Chava Willig Levy
Push Girl: A Novel
Co-written by "Push Girls" star Chelsie Hill, whose real life inspired Kara's experience, this uplifting novel takes young readers from tragedy to triumph with an unforgettable and unique heroine.
The whole world held its breath when Christopher Reeve struggled for life on Memorial Day, 1995. On the third jump of a riding competition, Reeve was thrown headfirst from his horse in an accident that broke his neck and left him unable to move or breathe.
Christopher Reeve (1952-2004)
The Warrior Poet
As a published author, motivational speaker, nationally recognized outdoorsman and inspiration to many, Clay continues to share his inspirational story to a vast number of audiences around the world.
Surviving the Game of Life
I was born a king I have failed I have succeeded I have conquered I have not been afraid to be great.
Damon Rozier (1967-2017)
Imagine yourself as a very physical guy, an ex-commando and skydiver, who has a stroke for no known reason and loses nearly everything but the functions of your mind and – thankfully – your sexuality. You awaken from a coma to a grueling, yet often funny, rehabilitation. You can’t speak; you can only move your eyes. You’ve never been an angel. You lose your marriage totally and are separated from your children. Finally, new love, and you become a parent, once more.
A Wing and a Chair, Soloflight to Oz
After a catastrophic motorcycle accident in 1993, Dave Sykes was left a paraplegic and wheelchair using. 7 years later, he found himself missing the thrill of the road and looked to the sky.
Above the Clouds
World's first female disabled aerobatic pilot
Regain That Feeling: Secrets to Sexual Self-Discovery
Regain That Feeling: Secrets to Sexual Self-Discovery: People Living With Spinal Cord Injuries Share Profound Insights Into Sex, Pleasure, Relationships, Orgasm, and the Importance of Connectedness.
Dr. Mitchell Tepper
No Journey Too Tough; My Record-Breaking Attempt to Race in 10 Marathons in 65 Days Across 7 Continents
Dr William Tan contracted polio when he was two and became paralysed from the waist down. Dr Tan is an accomplished sportsman who is dedicated to championing as well as fundraising for charities locally and internationally through his ultra-marathon endeavours around the world for the past 20 years.
Dr. William Tan
“Still Standing” is the gripping and true story of man’s refusal to quit. They say if you want to make God smile, tell him you have a plan. Dwight’s plan was to live his dream, teach math, coach football, and build a comfortable life for himself. Fate had other things in store for him.
Disability & the Art of Kissing
Life On Wheels is a comprehensive guidebook for people with mobility disabilities. It's written in an affirming tone that helps people pursue their true, full potential.
They Call Me Wheels
In the year 2000 I thought I had life pretty much figured out, at least for a guy who had spent the last 16 years paralyzed and permanently confined to a wheelchair. As the survivor of a horrific car accident at age 19, I had rolled through some pretty rough territory, enduring not only hostile physical landscapes, but hostile attitudes of those around me as well.
We Can Go Anywhere: My Adventures on Daddy's Chair
Love and imagination transform a wheelchair into a source of adventure and freedom in this new book about a disabled father and his daughter.
Join Glenneisha as she walks you through a journey that changed her life forever. Was it for the good? Or does life gets worst? Prepare yourself for the good, bad, and ugly through a compilation of diary entries that guided Glenneisha through it all that might even help you!
Two Feet Back
A painfully honest, inspiring memoir of a man whose broken back taught him to stand in his truth. One moment, Grant Korgan had everything he’d ever wanted—a successful career, a new marriage to the love of his life, and an athletic body that enabled his constant pursuit of world-class adventure sports. The next, he found himself lying in the snow, with no feeling or movement below his belly button.
Paralyzed in Paradise
This is the riveting and inspirational true story of Heather Grossman, made a quadriplegic by her ex-husband who hired hit men to murder her—but who miraculously survived and battled back for justice, and who has become a vibrant national voice for victims of domestic violence.
The Power in You: How to Accept your Past, Live in the Present and Shape a Positive Future
Mouth artist, motivational speaker and author of the inspirational memoir The Little Big Things, Henry Fraser, explores the transformative power of acceptance in this motivational guide.