Disrupting ableism in picture books

22 June, 2021

There’s a need for more books featuring strength-based representations of people with a disability, journalist Emily Campbell writes.

Children’s books are powerful tools which allow developing young minds to make sense of their own and others’ experiences and perspectives.

However, children’s books featuring main characters who have a disability are few and far between.

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