Disability-Centered Reading from SLJ | Disability Pride Month

These 10 book reviews, booklists, and articles focus on portrayals of disabilities and questions of accessibility.


These book reviews, booklist, and posts focus on portrayals of disabilities and questions of accessibility.

8 New Picture Books With Disability Representation

16 Middle Grade and YA Books Featuring Non-Apparent Disabilities for Disability Pride Month

Picture Book Creators Center Joy While Portraying Disability

SLJ Review: Breathe and Count Back from Ten by Natalia Sylvester

SLJ review: Aniana del Mar Jumps In by Jasminne Mendez

SLJ Review: Lucky Me by Lawrence Schimel, illus. by Juan Camilo Mayorga

2023 Schneider Award Winners

Six Manga About People with Disabilities

Bologna Discussion: Accessibility in Illustrated ebooks, or, America Take Note | A Fuse #8 Production

SLJ Review: Happy Again by Igor Plohl, illus. by Urška Stropnik Šonc

Four Heartwarming Books for Kids Watching El Deafo on Apple TV+ | Read-Alikes

Are You 508 Compliant? Making Your School’s Tech Accessible To All Isn’t Just a Good Idea. It’s the Law.

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