Putting Disabled Children In The Picture
in the picture: "a state of being fully informed or noticed." The Concise Oxford Dictionary scope - Time to get equal

In The Picture aims to promote the inclusion of disabled children in early years' picture books


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Quentin Blake

"A picture book has an effect on a child not so very different from a good lesson.

In The Picture will help reflect disabled children's experiences, and all children will benefit. I am delighted to be involved." 

Quentin Blake

Click here to see Quentin Blake's Illustrations and find out more. You can also visit the In The Picture image bank to see how other illustrators have put disabled children "in the picture".


In The Picture - on the radio!

Quentin Blake appeared on the BBC Radio 4 programme "You and Yours" on Friday 11 May to talk about the In The Picture project. Click here to visit the You and Yours website and use the listen again facility to hear the programme.

In The Picture - in the prizes!

On 4 April representatives from In The Picture joined other prize winners at the British Museum to collect an award from The Big Draw. Click here to read more.

EU Photo Competition for Diversity - click here to read more.

Fully Informed Children - Workshops in London and Birmingham aimed at supporting organisations in the development of methods and practices to include all children - click here to read more and reserve a place.

Just One More Book logo Just One More Book! Children's Book Podcast - click here to listen to interview and click here to read the transcript (180kb PDF)

Little Bo Peep Sign a Song! Visit our Children's Area to view a Signalong version of Little Bo Peep!

New colouring picture! Click here to see a downloadable picture of children using Signalong.

New photos! The photo reference image bank has been re-designed and new photographs added. Click here to see them.

Bookstart's new leaflets - Click here to read more.



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