Celebrate Disability Pride Month With New York Public Library Throughout July
Disability Pride Month at NYPL
The New York Public Library is celebrating Disability Pride Month, which honors the diversity and uniqueness of people within the disability community, throughout July.
Discover a wide array of accessible resources, including book recommendations, adaptive board games, audio-described film showings, and more. Plus, join us for free events for all ages—this month and all year long!
Disability Pride Month Recommendations
Celebrate Disability Pride Month with book recommendations in accessible formats for kids, teens, and adults!
Discover a wide selection of books and resources that call for disability justice and challenge ableism by uplifting and celebrating people with disabilities.
- Disability Pride Month: Recommended Reads for All Ages
- Representation Matters: Kids Books That Embrace Disability and Difference
- Listen: Talkin’ Talking Books Podcast Episodes
- Watch: Let’s Write About Braille
- 15 Books to Celebrate Disability Pride
- Early Literacy Resources for Kids with Low or No Vision
Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library
NYPL’s Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library provides free accessible reading material for patrons who are blind, visually impaired, or are otherwise physically unable to read standard print. These include materials to borrow in a wide range of formats—including braille, talking books, and magazines—for users of all ages, as well as players and apps. Patrons can also find accessible programming and events, individual coaching in assistive technology, group tech workshops, braille study groups, and more.
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