The Story of a Limb and the Boy Who Grew from It
A hilarious and poignant memoir grappling with family, disability, and coming of age in two closets—as a gay man and as a man living with cerebral palsy
Greg Marshall's early years were pretty bizarre. Rewind the VHS tapes and you'll see a lopsided teenager limping across a high school stage, or in a wheelchair after leg surgeries,... Read more
Prophecies, Love Notes and Mourning Songs
In The Future Is Disabled, Leah Laksmi Piepzna-Samarasinha asks some provocative questions: What if, in the near future, the majority of people will be disabled—and what if that's not a bad thing? And what if disability justice and disabled wisdom are crucial to creating a future in which it's possible to survive fascism, climate change, and... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
From the New York Times bestselling author of the Brown Sisters trilogy, comes a laugh-out-loud story about a quirky content creator and a clean-cut athlete testing their abilities to survive the great outdoors—and each other.
Bradley Graeme is pretty much perfect. He’s a star football player, manages his OCD well (enough), and comes out on top... Read more
“I was in the car the first time music seemed strange: the instruments less distinct, the vocals less crisp.”John Cotter was thirty years old when he first began to notice a ringing in his ears. Soon the ringing became a roar inside his head. Next came partial deafness, then dizziness and vertigo that rendered him unable to walk, work, sleep, or... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER • “Witty, dry, and gimlet-eyed, this is a necessary corrective in a world where Autistic women are all either written off as quiet and docile, or erased entirely.” —Devon Price, Ph.D., author of Unmasking Autism
Scottish comedian Fern Brady was told she couldn't be autistic because she'd had loads of boyfriends and is... Read more
Making Peace with a Stutter
USA TODAY BOOK CLUB PICK • A candid memoir about a lifelong struggle to speak. • “A raw, intimate look at [Hendrickson's] life with a stutter. It’s a profoundly moving book that will reshape the way you think about people living with this condition.”—Esquire
“Brims with empathy and honesty...It’s fantastic.”—Clint Smith, best-selling author of... Read more
INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER!
A blood-soaked and nauseating triumph that cuts like a scalpel and reads like your darkest nightmare.
New York Times bestselling author Andrew Joseph White returns with the transgressive gothic horror of our time!
Mors vincit omnia. Death conquers all.
London, 1883. The Veil between the living and dead has... Read more
Jenny Han meets CODA in this big-hearted YA debut about first love and Deaf pride at a summer camp.
Lilah is stuck in the middle. At least, that’s what having a hearing loss seems like sometimes—when you don’t feel “deaf enough” to identify as Deaf or hearing enough to meet the world’s expectations. But this summer, Lilah is ready for a... Read more
Lessons for Healing in a World That Is Sick
As a writer, activist, and theology student, Lyndsey Medford was used to critiquing unsustainable medical, environmental, economic, and social systems from a theoretical perspective. But when her autoimmune disorder roared out of remission, she discovered that her own body's systems lived at the very real vortex of all those systems'... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
The Unseelie duology: Book #1
The start of a swoony, high-energy duology that Emily Lloyd-Jones, author of The Bone Houses, calls “reminiscent of classic fairytales yet brimming with a charm all its own.”
“A world of glimmering fae that sparkles with mystery, adventure, and enchantment.” —Andrew Joseph White, New York Times bestselling author of Hell Followed with Us
Iselia... Read more
“Sarah Mandel has done something remarkable here. I found myself weeping, laughing with delight and moved with love—all in the span of the day it took me to devour this book. Filled with deliciously specific images and metaphors, clear dialogue, and rich explorations of self and others, Mandel has written—among other things—a tender witness... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
Where You See Yourself combines an unforgettable coming-of-age tale, a swoon-worthy romance, and much-needed disability representation in this story about a girl who's determined to follow her dreams.By the time Effie Galanos starts her senior year, it feels like she's already been thinking about college applications for an eternity-after all,... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
A Memoir at the End of Sight
Named one of the best books of 2023 by The New Yorker, The Washington Post and NPR.org
Named one of the Top 10 Best Books of 2023 by Publishers Weekly
A witty, winning, and revelatory personal narrative of the author’s transition from sightedness to blindness and his quest to learn about blindness as a rich culture all its own
“The Country of the... Read more
The Hidden Gifts of People Who Think in Pictures, Patterns, and Abstractions
INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
WINNER OF THE NAUTILUS GOLD AWARD
“A powerful and provocative testament to the diverse coalition of minds we’ll need to face the mounting challenges of the twenty-first century.” —Steve Silberman
“An absolute eye-opener.” —Frans de Waal
A landmark book that reveals, celebrates, and advocates for the special minds... Read more
Acting, Activism and Everything Else
A powerful, moving and joyous memoir from Tommy Jessop, award-winning actor and activist.
I'm a man on a mission to show that life with Down Syndrome can be exciting and is worth living, so that other people understand and give us the chance to live life to the full and to be fulfilled.
Tommy Jessop is a multi-award winning actor, theatre... Read more
How I finally got off the ADHD rollercoaster and became the owner of a very tidy sock drawer
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Some brains, through no fault of their own, pack a bag, turn the lights off and run away to the seaside the moment they are meant to be doing homework, paying bills or not putting the cat in the fridge. These are ADHD brains. I have one and believe they are as common as being left-handed, flat footed or genuinely... Read more
The Story of Disability Rights Activist Judith Heumann
From a very young age, Judy Heumann heard the word NO. When she wanted to attend public school, the principal said NO. When she wanted her teaching license, the New York Board of Education said NO. Judy and people with disabilities everywhere were tired of hearing “NO.” In the 1970s, an important disability rights law, Section 504 of The... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
Reimagining Success as a Disabled Achiever
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“It's hard to imagine the true span of limitations when most of our bodies work so seamlessly. Thankfully, author Eddie Ndopu has shown true bravery in sharing his experience, and it's much more brutal than 'uprights' (people who are non-disabled) might imagine. I was simultaneously impressed with Eddie's ability to navigate the world he lived in... Read more
A travel companion for adults who have just found out they have ADHD
Matilda Boseley's adult ADHD diagnosis was a massive, earth-shattering event. She was given a prescription but had no idea what ADHD meant for her identity, her relationships or her future.
Twelve months of confusion later, journalist Matilda embarked on an epic voyage to figure out what's really happening in the stormy seas of the ADHD brain and... Read more
Buildings, Cities, and Landscapes beyond Access
Disability critiques of architecture usually emphasize the need for modification and increased access, but The Architecture of Disability calls for a radical reorientation of this perspective by situating experiences of impairment as a new foundation for the built environment. With its provocative proposal for "the construction of disability,"... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List