BIPOC Books to Read for Disability Pride Month

BIPOC Books to Read for Disability Pride Month

Books


Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert book coverGet a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert book cover

Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert

Let me just start off by saying that if Talia Hibbert’s Brown Sister series has no fans, it means I’ve left this earthly plane. Get a Life, Chloe Brown starts the series off with the oldest Brown sister, Chloe, who is a chronically ill computer geek who has decided she needs to “get a life.” This life Chloe envisions involves stepping out of her comfort zone by doing things like having fun, carefree sex, traveling, and just being overall more spontaneous. She starts by moving out of her family’s bougie mansion and continues by enlisting the help of Red, a tattooed motorcycle-riding artist (yes, girl). And help her he does — into things, and out of other things, if you know what I mean.

After this one, you have to read the other books in the series, Take a Hint, Dani Brown, Act Your Age, Eve Brown, which both feature disability in different ways.



View Original Source Here

Articles You May Like

Book Riot’s YA Book Deals of the Day for July 20, 2024
Zac Efron Banked On The Fact His De Niro Impression Would Be So Bad It Would Be Hilarious In Neighbors, But He Was Shocked By Dave Franco’s
8 New Albums You Should Listen to Now: Childish Gambino, Los Campesinos!, and More
Interview with Nicola Twilley, author of Frostbite
I Am So Here For All The Shrek Fan Comments Now The 5th Movie Has Been Announced