Disability Book Week, held on April 23-29 each year, invites individuals all over the world to become more inclusive with what they read by reading a book that features a main character with a disability.
Visit our recommended reading page for book recommendations screened by our team of 18 sensitivity panelists.
Find out what what Disability Book Week is, how to get involved, where to find more information!
Submissions are now CLOSED for authors who want their books to be considered for our Recommended Book List.
We look forward to everyone participating in Disability Book Week by reading and reviewing an inclusive book this between April 23-29.
Find recommended books in our Resources section
It is easy! For individuals, pick up a disability inclusive book, and read it. Submit a review of the book, and talk about disability inclusion with your friends and family. For libraries, schools, and bookstores, consider setting up a display of inclusive books or hosting an author with a disability for a reading
We have a team of 18 sensitivity panelists working to review books, and have some recommendations listed below, but keep watching- in April we will put up our comprehensive list of books and featured authors!
We have many incredible self-advocates that are all voracious readers and want to raise disability awareness through inclusive literature. Read about them and consider submitting a book for consideration.
News Articles, author interviews, podcasts, and more! We have lots of exciting things coming your way in April.
Click on some of the partner links below to follow their podcasts and watch for Disability Book Week to be featured.
To get a panelist or author with a disability on your podcast, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Disability advocates around The United States are hard at work submitting proclamation requests so Disability Book Week will be officially recognized by city and state governments. Watch our social media for approved proclamations!