Books by Harriet McBryde Johnson

ACCIDENTS OF NATURE by Harriet McBryde Johnson
Released: May 1, 2006

"While the story is set in a 1960s pre-ADA environment, the themes and issues are relevant today and will spark discussion, if not a clearer understanding of the struggles and successes of the disabled. (Fiction. 12+)"
At 17, Jean has lived in an able-bodied world, despite her limitations with cerebral palsy. Read full book review >
Released: April 8, 2005

"A remarkable portrait of a woman who is proof that the disabled can live lives filled with purpose and pleasure."
Selected episodes from the life of "a tiny wheelchair woman with a certain amount of mouth," as disability rights activist Johnson describes herself. Read full book review >