Reading List: Books About Disability For Kids and Teens

A stack of books against a white backgroundIndependence Day has come and gone, but there’s still a lot to celebrate this month: 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. Earlier this month I put together a blog post with a list of books about disability for adults, and now it’s time for the kids. Here’s a list of some of the books for children and young adults we’ve reviewed over the years:

For younger kids

For teens and young adults

Happy reading!


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  1. Keith Says:

    Once the children will read, more things they will know. The more they learn, the more places they will go.

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