We've got books for the Read Harder task asking you to read a children’s book that centers a disabled character but not their disability.
In this Read Harder Challenge post, we're recommending books for the task asking you to read an own voices book about disability.
These introductory U.S. disability history books, including A Disability History of the United States by Kim E. Nielsen, show how racism, anti-LGBTQIA prejudice, ableism, and sexism have, and still do, intersect.
No matter where you are in life, you'll find something inspiring in these books for Down Syndrome Awareness Month and beyond.
Find a great read among these OwnVoices YA books about disability, including Even If We Break by Marieke Nijkamp. Support these works to show publishing the need for representation.
A reader on how audiobooks aren't just a luxury or life-hack, but an essential tool for disabled readers who can't access print books.
Recognize Disability Pride Month in July--pick up some excellent audiobooks about disabled people, written by disabled people.
A reader on how Roxane Gay's memoir HUNGER helped her overcome a fear of writing about her partial paralysis and disability within Black feminism.
To many, audiobooks are more than just another format. They offer an accessible way to read when print presents obstacles.
Answer questions about book length, causes you're interested in, and more--take the quiz to get your personalized social justice book recommendation.
These ownvoices audiobooks about women with chronic illness or disabilities run the range from contemplative nature writing to laugh-out-loud funny.
When you don't have any spoons to spare, but don't want energy reserves to impact your reading life, try these spoonie reading aids.
Are you participating in Book Riot's Read Harder 2020? Check out these books about disability, featuring a main character with a disability.
The disabled community is so diverse that it’s especially important to publish and read #OwnVoices books by disabled authors with various disabilities.