Nyasha Williams books, Ally Baby Can: Be Antiracist and Keep Dreaming Black Child, open up meaningful conversations with people of all ages.
Browsing: cultural diversity
A list of ten books that examine issues of identity and diversity to help you choose the right book for your child or classroom.
Grace Lin’s The Year of the Dog is an enchanting tale filled with heartwarming moments that captivate readers from start to finish.
A beautiful book, especially suited for the classroom or library readings, SWEET PEOPLE ARE EVERYWHERE is a comforting, enlightening choice for children.
I Want a Nickname reminds readers that they do not need to change to accommodate the convenience of others—they can be proud to be who they are.
The following list of vibrant kids books will help introduce readers of all ages to the history, traditions, and stories of Holi, the Festival of Colors.
New York Times bestselling author Eva Chen and illustrator Sophie Diao talk about their picture book I Am Golden, a moving ode to the immigrant experience.
Little Allies: A Children’s Story about Inclusion, Diversity, and Becoming an Ally is a positive, wholesome, and enjoyable exploration of diversity.
Elyssa Nicole Trust is an award-winning actor, voiceover artist, playwright, screenwriter, and children’s book author. Here she discusses Daisy Moves to America.
Daisy Moves to America, by Elyssa Nicole Trust, is a humorous rhyming dive into the common language that separates Americans and Brits.