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Inclusive Children’s Books

The Community Capacity Development team is working with members of the WA community with diverse abilities.

Community members have been demonstrating ways in which they can, and do, contribute to their community and wider society. The outcome is a collection of children’s books written by ability diverse young people.

The books dive into the challenges young people may face with disabilities and provide an inspiring perspective for young people to stay strong and never give up on their dreams.


 

“Zac’s Game Plan” by Ewan Fowles and Illustrations by Lindsey Fowles

This book dives into the challenges young people may have with disabilities. No matter what you face in life or the challenges it brings you, stay strong and never give up on your dreams.

Download the e-book

Download for Kindle

 


 

“Naomi’s World” by Naomi Lake 

This book dives into the challenges young people may have with disabilities. No matter what you face in life or the challenges it brings you, stay strong and never give up on your dreams.

Download the e-book

Download for Kindle

 


 

“My Family My Life” by Ewan Fowles 

An intimate glimpse into the private family life of author, Ewan Fowles. This book looks at the realities and importance of ‘family. Including issues that we can all relate to and are prevalent in today’s “family dynamics”.

Download the e-book

Download for Kindle 

Hard copies are also available, please contact ccdteam@carerswa.asn.au.

 


 

Talking Space – A collection of short stories

 Following on from the success of the recent Carers WA, ‘Disable the Label’ project, we are excited to announce the next book highlighting storytellers place within the community. 

The book aims to capture the everyday experiences of people living with disability. If you identify as a person with disability and would like your story to be included in the new book, we would love to hear from you! 

For more information, please view the Talking Space information flyer.

Submissions close 11.59am on Thursday, 22nd July 2021. 

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