All the Best Books on Disability

This is a compilation of all of the books on disability that I review, compile lists about, have guests write about and so forth.

They are books that are disability  memoirs, about disability culture, about issues that the disability community face and more. The books go across the disability spectrum.

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All the Best Books on Disability:

Rae Reviews: Stumble to Rise: a Memoir on Living with Multiple Sclerosis

Rae reviews the book, Stumble to Rise, in this post. Stumble to ... Read more

Haben: Read the Book in December & Talk with Author in January

This is a post about the Lit League Disability Book & Movie ... Read more

Our Inaugural Zoom Chat with Author Jennifer Johannesen!

This is a video post with the first Book Club Chat, ever. ... Read more

Book Club Pick for October: No Ordinary Boy

The book club is back, and we're set to read  No Ordinary ... Read more

Book Review of Say Something, by Peter H. Reynolds

This is a book review of Say Something, by Peter H. Reynolds. ... Read more

Book Review: “No Ordinary Boy” by Jennifer Johannesen

I am re-publishing this review of No Ordinary boy because it is ... Read more

Rae Reviews: You’ll Miss Me When I’m Gone, by Rachel Lynn Solomon

Rae Hower reviews the book, You'll Miss Me When I'm Gone, in ... Read more

9 Great Children’s Books About Down Syndrome

This is a post about great children's books about Down syndrome. Children's ... Read more

Rae Reviews: Rare is Everywhere, by Deborah Katz

Rae Hower reviews the book, Rare is Everywhere, in this post. Rare ... Read more

Rae Reviews: Great Books About Rare Diseases and Disorders

This fantastic list of books about rare diseases and disorders that you might ... Read more

The Best Books on Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury

Here are some of the best books on understanding traumatic brain injury, ... Read more

El Deafo Summary, Review and Discussion Questions by a Deaf Lady

El Deafo Summary El Deafo summary is as follows from Amazon: El ... Read more

Book Review of Good Kings Bad Kings, by Susan Nussbaum

Summary of the Story Good Kings Bad Kings  story is about teenagers ... Read more

My Heart Can’t Even Believe It: A Story of Science, Love, and Down Syndrome; Reviewed by Cathleen Small

Recently, I had the chance to read My Heart Can’t Even Believe ... Read more

Supporting Positive Behavior in Children and Teens with Down Syndrome

This post is a review of the book, Supporting Positive Behavior in ... Read more

Down Syndrome Book Resources: 20 Indispensable Books for Parents & Community

This is a post about Down syndrome books - that is, books ... Read more

Book Review: Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body, by Roxane Gay

I recently read "Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body" by Roxane Gay ... Read more

“Not Always Happy” Book Review & Giveaway

One of the more rampant stereotypes about people with Down syndrome is ... Read more

“The Right to Live in the World”: More Books for Disability Advocates and Those Who Want to Learn about Disability Advocacy by Steven E. Brown

Dr. Brown’s current picks, including books for younger readers – don’t miss it!

Cultivating Community – “What Matters: Reflections on Disability, Community and Love” a New Book by Janice Fialka, Reviewed by Naomi Ortiz

“What Matters: Reflections on Disability, Community and Love” What Matters: Reflections on ... Read more

#ShePersisted: The Disability Edition – a Persistent Book List by Sandy Ho

#ShePersisted: The Disability Edition – a Persistent Book List by Sandy Ho – a complete list of kick-ass books related to persisting.

Behavioral Issues and Down syndrome

Behavioral Issues and Down syndrome Moxie, my daughter who has Down syndrome, ... Read more

Gifts: Mothers Reflect on How Children with Down Syndrome Enrich Their Lives 10th Edition

The 10th edition of this stellar book has just been released and I am honored to be a part of it.

The Kids Corner: Micah Reviews Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets

Micah reviews Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, with a little mojo from Moxie. Ha!

Top 15 Fiction Books for 2016: Guest Post by Sandy Ho

Guest post by Sandy Ho on her top 15 book picks for 2016, neatly categorized for ‘who should read’ it and which ones have a disability connection

The Parent’s Guide to Down Syndrome

“The Parent’s Guide to Down Syndrome” is exactly that: a book that is BY parents and FOR parents of individuals with Down syndrome. It is a comprehensive grassroots effort that shares a wealth of experience and diversity about pretty much everything a parent will benefit from knowing.

Book Review: Big Magic, by Elizabeth Gilbert

I’ve been meaning to do a few more book reviews on this … Read more

Book Review & Giveaway: Life With a Superhero

You know how it is when you become friends with the characters … Read more

Up Syndrome by Megan Abner, a Woman with Down syndrome

I’ve written a bit about how I’d love to have more adults … Read more

Sun Shine Down by Gillian Marchenko

When Gillian Marchenko asked me to review her memoir, Sun Shine Down, I … Read more

Top 13 Books for Understanding Disability

13 books for understanding disability pride, culture, rights and history

5 Books That are Better than "Bloom" for New Parents of a Child with Down syndrome

You know it and I know it: Kelle Hampton is hugely popular. … Read more

Interview with Jennifer Johnnesen, Author of "No Ordinary Boy" and "Fake Work" + Book Giveaway

Jennifer Johannesen is the the author of the article, "Fake Work" which … Read more

Author Interview: Amy Julia Becker

This is the second of a two-part series – a conversation with … Read more

Bloom, by Kelle Hampton

The content of “Bloom” reviewed as well as the writing

A Good and Perfect Gift by Amy Julia Becker

A review of Amy Julia Becker’s memoir, “A Good and Perfect Gift”

George Estreich Author Interview

This is the first of a two-part series – a conversation with … Read more

The Shape of The Eye by George Estreich + Guest Reviews by Lisa Morguess and Alison Piepmeier

The Shape of The Eye by George Estreich + Guest Reviews by Lisa Morguess and Alison Piepmeier – With a Little Moxie