This month we are exploring the growing area of books by or about someone who identifies as neurodiverse. For this challenge, we are using the definition provided in Book Riot's 2019 Read Harder Challenge: "Neurodiversity is an emerging concept, one which posits “neurological differences … are the result of normal, natural variation in the human genome.” The need for recognizing neurodiversity arises from the often-stigmatized nature of conditions like autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and others. In other words, said differences are simply another piece of what makes humans diverse, interesting creatures." Need more examples? Try exploring #ownvoices on Twitter or reach out to the Blue Crew for more ideas!
All of these books are examples of this month's theme. You are not limited to these titles and the Blue Crew would be happy to help you find many other options if you click on the chat window!