Reading List: Books About Disability For Adults

It’s July already, and you know what that means: it’s the anniversary of the ADA and many cities across the country are celebrating disability pride! One way to celebrate and learn about the contributions of people with disabilities is by reading books about them. Looking for a book recommendation? Check out this list of some of the books for adults that we’ve reviewed on the Easterseals blog over the years:

Lisa Fenn’s Carry On

The cover of Lisa Fenn's 'Carry On'









Robert Kurson’s Crashing Through

The cover of Robert Kurson's 'Crashing Through'









Mary McHugh’s Special Siblings

The cover of Mary McHugh's 'Special Siblings'









Anthony Doerr’s All the Light We Cannot See

The cover of Anthony Doerr's 'All The Light We Cannot See'









Don Meyer’s Thicker than Water

The cover of Don Meyer's 'Thicker Than Water'








Robert Hughes’ Running with Walker: A Memoir

The cover of Rover Hughes's 'Running With Walker'









Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

The cover of Mark Haddon's 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time'









Temple Grandin’s Thinking in Pictures

The cover of Temple Grandin's 'Thinking In Pictures'










Looking for a list of disability-related books for kids and teens, too? Stay tuned for my next post, and in the meantime…happy reading.


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