Why YA Fiction Needs to Embrace Disability

Exposure to differences, to diversity, is where our best education happens. But, argues site member writer-on-wheels, who has cerebral palsy, there was never something out there that could show me that I wasn’t alone, to teach me that my disability wasn’t something to be ashamed of – that’s where teen fiction needs to get real

Read more at The Guardian.

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