Ok, I admit it. I don’t like trashy novels. I like to read books where I learn something of value. I’ve read dozens of books on disability/papers issues. If you care about inclusion for kids with disabilities, here are the best reads going.

Let’s all Play
https://store.inclusionproject.org/pc-88-1-lets-all-play-manual.aspx

Including People with Disabilities in Faith Communities
http://www.amazon.com/Including-People-Disabilities-Faith-Communities/dp/1557667438

Jewish Community Guide to Inclusion by Shelly Christensen
http://www.jfcsmpls.org/pdf/inclusionguideexcerpts.pdf
Website: www.inclusioninnovations.com

V’Khol Banahikh: Jewish Education for All
http://www.amazon.com/Vkhol-Banayikh-Jewish-Education-All/dp/1934527203

Including Youth with Disabilities in Outdoor Programs
http://www.sagamorepub.com/products/including-youth-disabilities-outdoor-programs

Social Inclusion of People with Disabilities
http://www.amazon.com/Social-Inclusion-People-Disabilities-International/dp/110701462X/ref=la_B008HTLC1C_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1367261956&sr=1-1

A guide to funding disabilities and special needs (free)
http://www.jfunders.org/disabilityguide

Happy reading!

Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi is the co-director of the Mizrahi Family Charitable Trust. She is dyslexic and could not read and write well until she was 12.