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  • Every day is a new chance to have fun

    For kids

    Emma and her brother are staying at their grandmother's house for a full week; she has packed her favorite stuffed toy and the recharger for her cochlear implant, but she is a little worried about feeling homesick. With her grandmother keeping her busy, and the help of a new deaf friend named Nick, the week flies by.

    Cover image of Emma Every Day: A Trip to Grandma's, by C. L. Reid
  • Nothing for Us, Without Us

    For teens

    Unbroken is a much-needed short story collection featuring disabled teens as heroes of their own stories. The anthology successfully subverts stereotypes and long-held literary tropes about characters with disabilities … A wide range of genres ensures a bit of something for almost any reader. -Rummanah Aasi, Voya Reviews

    Cover image of Unbroken edited by Marieke Nijkamp
  • Disability Visibility

    For adults

    A groundbreaking collection of first-person writing on the joys and challenges of the modern disability experience: Disability Visibility brings together the voices of activists, authors, lawyers, politicians, artists, and everyday people whose daily lives are, in the words of playwright Neil Marcus, "an art . . . an ingenious way to live."

    Cover image of Disability Visibility edited by Alice Wong
  • The Pretty One

    For adults

    From the disability rights advocate and creator of the #DisabledAndCute viral campaign, a thoughtful, inspiring, and charming collection of essays exploring what it means to be black and disabled in a mostly able-bodied white America.

    Cover image of The Pretty One by Keah Brown

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Online Anti-Racism Book Group

The Online Anti-Racism Book Group is intended to communally clarify our thinking on race, racism, and anti-racism through discussion. Anyone is welcome to join; the discussion materials are best suited for adults and teens. Hosted monthly by Hillsboro Public Library, Brookwood.

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