July is Disability Pride Month, commemorating the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act in July of 1990 and inviting us all to celebrate the history and achievements of the disabled community. Combat ableism by engaging with a diverse mix of voices from the disabled community with collections like Disability Pride and Disability Visibility. Read the powerful personal accounts of figures like Selma Blair and Lucy Webster, and discover the past, current, and future struggles of the disability movement with activists like Alice Wong and Judith Heumann.
Introduce little ones to conversations about disabilities withA Kids Book About Disability or the Mr. Rogers classic Extraordinary Friends, and show them that our differences are our strengths with Alexandra Thompson’s I am a Masterpiece or Lucas at the Paralympics.
Browse our top Disability Pride Month picks below, and then click into our title lists to explore even more books on disability and neurodiversity.