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Includas Coloring Book

Disability learning made easy! Discover something inclusive on every page. This 84-page multi-cultural book has interactive inclusion lessons, dyslexia-friendly large text for easy reading, and a fun cast of diverse characters. There's everything from word search puzzles to dot sticker pages!

Paperback $12.00 US

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Includas Superpowerful Journal

The Includas Superheroes need your help to keep the Exclusion Monsters away! Complete each Includas Mission in Levels 1 and 2 to get your own Includas Superpowers. Use your drawing, writing, sharing, and performing skills to learn how to be diverse and inclusive. #IncludasPowers

Paperback $6.00 US

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Luda & Chairsy: Making Friends

Luda is excited to make friends in a new city! She can't wait to make silly faces and play outside. But when the other kids make fun of her wheelchair, Chairsy, Luda feels discouraged to play with them. Will she ever be able to make new friends?

Paperback $12.99/Hardcover $21.99/Ebook $4.99

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Author Luda

Luda is a curious adventurer at heart who is not afraid to create her own path and persevere to make change happen. She has muscular dystrophy and serves/d on many DEI committees.

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Illustrator Kevin

Kevin draws and writes to bring something magical and silly into the world. He has paranoid schizophrenia and wants his sons to grow up in a world that doesn’t stigmatize differences.

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Kendra's Perfect Dance Routine

Kendra is excited to perform at the dance recital! She works hard on her dance poses, but she's not perfect as her friends. Even when she follows their every move, her dancing feels wonky and stiff. How can her routine become perfect in time for the recital?

Paperback $12.99/Hardcover $21.99/Ebook $4.99

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Author Kendra

Kendra is a fashionista who loves bright colors and sparkle. When she's not sharing her story, she's working as a marketing communication specialist. She has Mucopolysaccharide Type VI.

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Illustrator Carrie

Carrie is a debut illustrator who enjoys making art by hand. She has painted theater sets for her daughter's performances and murals in a nursery. She's also into photography and travel.

Brides in Wheelchairs Wedding Planner​​

brides in wheelchairs wedding planner cover.This informative wedding planner is filled with worksheets, contact management, statistics, advice, and so much more! We’ve got you covered in all the normal wedding planning stuff, like budget, rehearsal dinner, honeymoon planning, transportation, and flowers. But we also add the awareness of doing it all while in a wheelchair. This covers everything from dress adjustments to wheelchair decorations to venue accessibility, all while making your dream wedding come to life!

Check out the Brides In Wheelchairs website for complimentary wedding planning sheets, wedding-related event planning tips, and informative blog posts.

Coming Spring 2023

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Illustrator Jessica

Jessica Oddi is a disabled, Canadian freelance creative with 10+ years of graphic design experience. She specializes in accessible design, disability representation, and projects that empower marginalized communities.

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The Pearls Of Yesterday (YA Romance)

The Pearls of Yesterday cover.First kisses ruin everything.
No matter whose lips Abigail Maria Panashe touches, her life becomes plagued with disaster. But Abby won’t give up on that real romantic kiss she has dreamt of. Planned for. It just can’t be with her best friend, Theo Winthers, because that would be weird. Especially since they’ve played as kids in her late Papi’s cabin and pretended to dance for the debutante ball together. They even perfected the routine to her wheelchair moves. If only she hadn’t ran into the next-door neighbor hottie, Hudson Giordani, on her way to Theo. Now, kissing Hudson, that would definitely be weird. Abby cannot think about the guy who ghosted her four years ago for no apparent reason. Sixteen-year-old Abby has to choose between the best friend who gives her a shoulder to cry on and the crush who still gets her heart racing to be her escort for this summer’s debutante ball. Because her next kiss will change all her plans.

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Author L.S. Rydde

Advice to writers: Start from a blank page once in awhile. Don’t hold anything back, the pages should be yours truly. Rydde loves going on hikes, hanging out at the pool, and collecting all sorts of antiques.


At INCLUDAS Publishing, we are all about disability visibility in the book world. This means that we are dedicated to publishing disabled authors and stories that include disability in any form. We can’t wait to read your words, whether it’s a picture book or a mystery novel. Thank you for your interest and good luck. Fiction only. At this time, we are looking for all types of YA, MG, and children’s books. Our submissions ask for details such as chapter samples, a query letter, etc. Submissions will open summer 2022.

Great! Now go write your idea down! This is the perfect time to stretch your creativity and imagination to build awesome characters. No matter the genre character agency and world building are fundamental parts. Remember, it’s important to read other books inside and outside your genre.

Awesome! Now that you’ve researched the market place and crafted your story from your ideas, it’s time to get feedback on it. Get to know and interact with other authors writing in your genre. Use writing resource blogs, writing workshops, critique groups, beta readers, and professional editors to help improve your story.

Congratulations! Now that you’ve had your story critiqued, edited, and rewritten, it’s time to consider publishing. When it comes to publishing a book, it’s important to know what that means. This way you can figure out if you would like to self-publish, submit to an agent, or be accepted into a small press. If you are not sure what this means, ask your fellow writers and join organizations. You can also check out The Key Book Publishing Path by Jane Friedman.

If you have a polished manuscript, submit to us!
For unagented submissions, we REQUIRE each manuscript be edited by at least one professional developmental/manuscript critique editor in the chosen genre PRIOR to submission.

Check out our 10 Tips On Writing Books For Kids to avoid the common mistakes we see in submissions. Please make sure the story and language fits with the genre, writing style, and target audience.