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INCLUDAS Publishing works to bring disability diversity to readers. Whether a love story with a heroine in a wheelchair or a kid’s book about making friends with everyone, you’ve come to the right place! See a world from a different perspective and engage with inclusion by checking out our books. If you wish to review one of our stories or inquire about an author visit, go to our partnerships page.


Interested in publishing a story or pitching a blog post topic? INCLUDAS Publishing is here to support you and your creativity! We represent diverse artists who identify with a particular ability status, as well as works that have a main character with any disability. For book submission info, please check out the submissions page. Whether your story is really funny or extremely scary, don’t be shy to share!


Looking for special event donations or collaborative author visit ideas? INCLUDAS Publishing is happy to work with you to help brainstorm on potential disability inclusion campaigns. We also offer autographed books and swag to social media influencers, and can set up customized sales for events and giveaways. Check out our partnerships page for more info.

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Review of 8 Kids Books with a Character in a Wheelchair

Since this is a press dedicated to focusing on disability inclusion, it is important to look at books already out in the market. For this review, I examine eight kids books with a character in a wheelchair. Some of this feedback is based on my own personal experience as someone in a wheelchair, and …  Review of 8 Kid’s Books with a Character in a Wheelchair Read More »

Tips on Publishing an Accessible Kids Ebook

The struggle is real. I spent hours, weeks, months trying to find a way to make my tester book, What If I Fall kids book, digitally accessible. What does that mean exactly? (this is for all you self-publishers out there, or authors who want to make sure your publisher is on the accessible road ahead) …  Tips on Publishing an Accessible Kid’s Ebook Read More »

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