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Bookmark Book of the Month: December
Blogs and articles on disability and books
The importance of dyslexic characters
Thunderboots author Naomi Jones explains the difference it can make when dyslexic children are represented in a positive light in books.
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Creating accessible library story times
Get top tips on creating accessible story times in your library for children and caregivers who are blind or partially sighted, with fantastic advice and pointers from the RNIB.
Free books for children with additional needs
Our Bookstart programme gives free books to children under five with additional needs, whether your child is deaf (Bookshine), blind/partially sighted (Booktouch) or has a condition affecting their fine motor skills (Bookstart Star).
Recommended books to check out
Check out our list of books from the past year which are useful for discussing disability and inclusive issues with young readers.