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Celebrate Disability Pride Month!

"The only way we can make the most of our lives is to make the most of our moments. Today, wherever you are, decide to stay. We can know the gifts that lie in the present only if we stay in it long enough to receive them."--Cleo Wade, Heart Talk: Poetic Wisdom for a Better Life

July is Disability Pride Month so we're celebrating with a display that covers so many different types of people and their experiences!

Sensory: Life on the Spectrum: An Autistic Comics Anthology edited by Bex Ollerton

An incredible collection of thirty autistic creators about their experiences in a world that doesn't quite understand them told in each of their own one-of-a-kind art styles and voices! 

Give Me a Sign by Anna Sortino

A cute YA romance about Lilah who is starting as a camp counselor at a summer camp for the deaf and blind. Lilah, who has loss of hearing, but not fully Deaf and thus on the outskirts of both Deaf and hearing communities, meets Isaac, a dreamy Deaf counselor who is willing to help her with her ASL. Cuteness then follows!

Heart Talk: Poetic Wisdom for a Better Life by Cleo Wade

From the popular internet celeb, Cleo Wade, comes a beautiful collection of mantras, poems, and affirmations for a better life.

Disability Visibility: First-Person Stories from the Twenty-First Century edited by Alice Wong

Disability rights activist Alice Wong brings forward the conversations people don't want to talk about in this incredible book. By looking at the past, the present, and the future of disability rights, Wong paints a picture of hope for a better future.

Against Technoableism: Rethinking Who Needs Improvement by Ashley Shew 

Most dialogue around disabled is taken into context of what an abled person can do, should do, and if and how the disabled party can act within those standards. Bioethicist and professor Ashley Shew wants to take a new approach to disability, and how it is viewed in a social context.  

Interested in buying? Check out the list here!