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Last week we published a guest
post by Truth and Tails, the creators of disabled children’s fiction
character Roxy the Raccoon. This week, we’re excited to announce that we’re
giving you the chance to win a copy of the book, featuring the adventures of
Roxy and her friends as they attempt to make the forest more accessible to all.
For your chance to win, all you need to do is to give us your own creative suggestions for potential children’s book titles/ concepts featuring disabled characters (feel free to suggest more than one). For example:
“‘Roxy the Raccoon’ – Roxy is in a wheelchair and isn’t able to reach all parts of the forest, until she works with her friends to make some changes.”
Entries will close at 11:59pm on 20 December, and the best entry will be picked by the team behind Truth and Tails. The judges’ decision will be final and Scope will contact the winner to arrange delivery of the prize. No alternative prize will be offered, and we are unfortunately only able to post within the UK.
Post your entry as a comment below.