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Disability Pride

Find audiobooks, explore playlists, and get to know disabled and neurodivergent-owned bookstores.

Perspectives on disability

Where You See Yourself by Claire Forrest
Where You See Yourself
Claire Forrest
Just by Looking at Him by Ryan O'Connell
Just by Looking at Him
Ryan O'Connell
New release
Every Time You Go Away by Abigail Johnson
Every Time You Go Away
Abigail Johnson
On sale
Losing Music by John Cotter
Losing Music
John Cotter
Unmasking Autism by Devon Price, PhD
Unmasking Autism
Devon Price, PhD
On sale
The Girl with Special Shoes by Hilda Bih Muluh
The Girl with Special Shoes
Hilda Bih Muluh
The Ables by Jeremy Scott
The Ables
Jeremy Scott
A Life Worth Living by Tommy Jessop
A Life Worth Living
Tommy Jessop
Bookseller pick
Easy Beauty by Chloé Cooper Jones
Easy Beauty
Chloé Cooper Jones
Give Me a Sign by Anna Sortino
Give Me a Sign
Anna Sortino
Ali and the Sea Stars by Ali Stroker
Ali and the Sea Stars
Ali Stroker
On sale
Back in Action by David Rozelle
Back in Action
David Rozelle

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Why audiobooks count as reading

Learn how audiobooks enhance comprehension, foster a love for literature, and empower students.

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Designing with an accessibility-first approach

Learn more about how ensures our website and iOS and Android apps are designed to be accessible for every listener.

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Portrait of Sara Nović

Interview with Sara Nović

Listen to this podcast episode with Sara Nović, where we talk not only about her writing, but also the importance of deaf and ASL representation in audiobooks.

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Portrait of Kendra Winchester

Interview with Kendra Winchester

Listen to our conversation with Kendra Winchester about audiobooks and why they DO count as reading, Disability Pride Month, Appalachian writing and literature, podcasting, and more.

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Portrait of Alice Wong

Interview with Alice Wong

Read our interview with Alice Wong, editor and contributor to Disability Visibility, about her inspiration, highlighting Disability Culture, and more.

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How we define disability

We subscribe to the definition of disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): any person who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activity.


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