As disabled people working in children's publishing, we're often asked to recommend books that do disability well. We've ploughed through really rather a lot, and these are our favourites.
It's a short list - actually even shorter than we intended - two of our favourites aren't available here for now.
Cerrie Burnell and Lauren Mark Baldo£14.99 £13.94
An own voices non-fiction picture book for older readers, this is beautifully illustrated and presents quite a range of famous disabled people.
Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara and Gee Fan Eng£9.99 £9.29
This particular Little People Big Dreams book shows Kahlo using a range of mobility aids, and doesn't try to simplify her disability.
Cece Bell£8.99 £8.36
This autobiographical graphic novel about a deaf rabbit is pitched older than the rest of our list, and is very, very funny.
Samantha Cotterill£6.99 £6.50
An own voices book that without actually mentioning autism, deftly constructs a story from the perspective of a child who we presume to be autistic.
Raymond Antrobus and Polly Dunbar£12.99 £12.08
Both author and illustrator use hearing aids, so this is that rare thing - a double own voices book.
James Catchpole and Karen George£6.99 £6.50
Own voices - written by, erm, me. James.