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A librarian recommends 5 fun fiction books for kids and teens featuring disabled characters

By Rebecca Weber, Associate Professor Library, Oklahoma State University
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Disability representation is slowly increasing in books geared toward children and teens.

In 2019 the Cooperative Children’s Book Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison – a library that allows teachers, librarians and researchers to view books before deciding which ones to buy – found that only 3.4% of books it received from publishers included a character with a disability.

The CCBC website recently added a diversity…The Conversation

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