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- “Bald Heads and Buddies” (April 2012 Friend)
Members of Brandon’s baseball team shave their heads to show him support while he goes through cancer treatment.
- “Be a Friend” (August 2000 Friend)
A girl describes becoming friends with a blind boy at school.
- “Buddies for Ben” (June 2010 Friend)
KJ helps a hyperactive boy feel included during Cub Scout day camp.
- “Candy or Kindness” (March 2008 Friend)
A boy helps two blind boys find Easter eggs during a community event.
- “Diabetic? Not Alone” (August 2015 Friend)
Matthew helps others become aware of diabetes shares his talents in the process.
- “Friends By Mail: My Brother Is My Best Friend” (June 2009 Friend)
Boston describes how grateful he is for his brother, who has autism.
- “Friends By Mail: Speaking Skills” (July 2009 Friend)
Fasting, prayer, and hard work help Cameron overcome his speech problems.
- “Go, Jag!” (July 2007 Friend)
Jag is missing portions of his arms and legs, but he works hard to overcome his obstacles.
- “Hands that Talk” (March 2012 Friend)
Because Isabelle is deaf, she uses sign language to communicate. Includes illustrations of some basic terms in American Sign Language.
- “I Did It!” (January 2001 Friend)
Kelly helps a girl with a mental disability zip up her jacket.
- “Joseph’s New Friend” (March 2011 Friend)
When David was a baby, he was in a fire that left him severely scarred. But that doesn’t stop Joseph from becoming his friend.
- “Katie V. from Florida” (April 2013 Friend)
Katie was born with Down syndrome, but she faces her trials with courage.
- “Looking on the Heart” (February 2005 Friend)
Marcy’s classmates all wear eye patches to help her feel better after her surgery.
- “Matt and Mandy” (October 2011 Friend)
A girl in a wheelchair is the leaf hero.
- “Matt L. of Idaho” (November 2009 Friend)
Matt has albinism but doesn’t let that stop him from doing fun things.
- “My Friend” (April 2001 Friend)
A girl describes making being friendly to a classmate who had disabilities.
- “Porter’s Terrible (Super) Day” (November 2009 Friend)
During a checkup for his cochlear implants, Porter sings “Called to Serve” for the doctor and nurse.
- “Ready to Read” (January 2013 Liahona and Friend)
Mary is afraid to read in Primary because she has dyslexia.
- “Smiles to Share” (June 2009 Friend)
Lauren can’t talk and is in a wheelchair, but she has talents to share.
- “Trying to Be Like Jesus: A Kind Hello” (October 2009 Friend)
A girl is nice to another girl on the bus.
- “Trying to Be Like Jesus: Making Friends” (August 2010 Friend)
A boy says hello to a boy in an electric wheelchair, and they become friends.
- “Weekly Thoughts and Tips: Encouraging Good Behavior” (March 15, 2013)
Ideas for helping children with disabilities have a positive Primary experience.
- “Weekly Thoughts and Tips: The Power of Inclusion” (November 23, 2012)
A success story from one Primary.
- “Weekly Thoughts and Tips: Transition Helps for Primary Teachers” (August 16, 2013)
Advice for helping children with disabilities transition between classes or activities.
- Music: “Every Star Is Different” (Children’s Songbook, 142)
- Music: “I’ll Walk with You” (Children’s Songbook, 140)
- Music: “We Are Different” (Children’s Songbook, 263)
- Verse: “Wheelchair Child” (September 2001 Friend)
- Video: “My Brother Hyrum”
Hannah describes how much she loves her older brother, Hyrum, who has autism.
- Video: “One in a Million: Alberto”
Alberto, from Mexico, gained a testimony of the Word of Wisdom while struggling with severe illness.
- Video: “One in a Million: Anne Marie”
Anne Marie, from Utah, has to have foot surgery every couple of years. Once after surgery, she comforted another girl in the hospital.
- Video: “One in a Million: Brynn”
Brynn, from Connecticut, can do many things to serve others even though she only has one hand.
- Video: “One in a Million: Ellen Joy”
Ellen Joy and her sister Hannah, from North Carolina, don’t let severe food allergies stop them from having fun.
- Video: “One in a Million: Emily”
Emily, from Texas, is blind, but she can do many things using her other senses.
- Video: “One in a Million: Esther”
Esther, from England, battles cancer and comforts others in the hospital.
- Video: “One in a Million: Jackson”
Jackson, from Utah, found things to be grateful for even when he had a visual impairment.
- Video: “One in a Million: Katie”
Katie, from Florida, talks her life and Down syndrome.
- Video: “One in a Million: Lillie”
Lillie, from Hawaii, overcame eye cancer and gave copies of the Book of Mormon to the doctors and nurses who helped her.