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Inclusive reading lists? Yes please!

Updated: Sep 1, 2021

Are you looking for inclusive books to add to your wish-list but you don't know where to start looking? Well, you're in the right place!

We have selected what we think are the best, most inclusive reading lists on GoodReads on topics like race, LGBTQ+, and disability.

Your wish-list is about to be bombarded with new entries! You have been warned…

Cover of the book I Am Malala, it contains a picture of a woman wearing a pink scarf around her head.
"I Am Malala" book cover

This first reading list includes best-sellers like I Am Malala and Americanah, but it's also full of titles you probably haven't heard of before. Have a look at it and feel free to add your own recommendations in the comments, if you feel like something important is missing.

Cover of the book "Everywhere you don't belong" with an illustration of a person with its head covered by an orange circle.
"Everywhere you don't belong" book cover

Check out this list of new fiction by black authors. Whether you’re a fan of mystery, young adult, romance, fantasy, or science fiction books, you will definitely find something right up your street!

It doesn’t have to be pride month to read a book about the LGBTQ+ community. Published this year, these 42 books range between fiction, poetry, and nonfiction. Whether you want to read an inspiring story or just get better informed about the queer world, this list will definitely have something for you.

Cover of the book "Wonder" that contains an illustration of a face with only one eye drawn on it. The word "wonder" is written on top of this eye.
"Wonder" book cover

If you ask the next person, “how many books about people with disabilities have you read this year?” the answer will most likely range between “one” and “zero”. Do you feel like you also need to catch up? This is the list for you. There are so many inspiring stories about disabled people out there, all ready to be discovered. Check this list out and join the community!

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