Given the power of children’s literature to communicate authentic representations of disability and the potential of humor for nurturing social acceptance, teachers should know how to discuss this literature in the inclusive classroom. The authors analyze authentic children’s literature with elements of humor and provide strategies in support of such critical conversations.
Rieger, Alicja and McGrail, Ewa, "Exploring Children's Literature With Authentic Representations of Disability" (2015). Middle and Secondary Education Faculty Publications. 86.