Reporter Brittany Taylor introduces Disability Book Week to Houston after Mayor Sylvester Turner and Governor Greg Abbott sign proclamations
On RareCast, the Global Genes podcast, Panelist Brianna TenBrink discusses how to use books to promote inclusion in literature
The Coppell Gazette reports on the Cozby Library joining the Disability Book Week movement after their city's proclamation was signed
Michigan has been one of the several states that has approved a proclamation declaring April 23-29 Disability Book Week. Find the full text by clicking the proclamation
Mayor Anzevino visited McDowell Elementary School's festival and book fair in Hudson, Ohio to help celebrate Disability Book Week
The Texas Council on Developmental Disabilities joins in the Disability Book Week movement and shares resources for individuals with disabilities
Panelists Mollie Tinnen, Brittanie Sutton, Haley Bradshaw, and Patty DeDurr discuss Disability Book Week and their thoughts on the importance of disability inclusion in literature.
Obsessed With Learning, a blog for teachers and educators, lists several of their favorite inclusive books, and encourages readers to expand their libraries with diverse stories.
Author and Dyslexia self-advocate Alesha Adamson wrote a blog that includes a list of Young Adult books that are fairy tale retellings in which a character has some form of disability.
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