I See Me – Inclusive Books

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As a hearing aid wearer, I got ridiculously excited when reading Ross Montgomery’s ‘Max & the Millions’. Over time I’ve been researching other inclusive books so that we can signpost children to books with characters like themselves.

I realise that this does not cover everything, but it’s a start. I’m open to suggestions of new categories and book recommendations.

I hope it’s useful.

A3 PDF available to download here (all 4 posters):

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1zTTxAo0GF8Fr0QzZxsjrLiXotW16AZYE

 

(Click here for a version without Key Stage mentioned – just picture book/chapter book

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1jrT3SSJVH29nJL2_GY04DN2F2HyAWkRq

 

4 thoughts on “I See Me – Inclusive Books

  1. Thank you for this. For “Deafness” I suggest ‘Macy McMillan and the Rainbow Goddess’ by Shari Green and ‘You don’t know everything, Jilly P.’ by Alex Gino.

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