Matt de la Peña’s award-winning book, Last Stop on Market Street, is a visual and emotional masterpiece that has garnered numerous accolades.
Sophia and Sinclair Get Lost! by Colleen Olle and Mary Tippman is a lovely story with an important message for young readers.
Peanut Butter and Jelly Go Good Together is a meaningful picture book that celebrates the beauty of friendship, diversity, kindness, and acceptance.
We are thrilled to invite you to join us on an exciting virtual picture book tour for Catherine Rose’s Coloring the Rainbow!
I Love Everything About Me is an upbeat, vibrant picture book. Simple rhyming text makes this volume’s uplifting message about identity, diversity, and joy.
Troublemakers and Superpowers is a refreshing and positive exploration of the way that disability, trauma, and adversity can shape identity in positive ways.
Whoever You Are delivers a powerful and much-needed message in a simple and engaging way and is an essential book for everyone’s collection.
Nyasha Williams books, Ally Baby Can: Be Antiracist and Keep Dreaming Black Child, open up meaningful conversations with people of all ages.
A list of ten books that examine issues of identity and diversity to help you choose the right book for your child or classroom.
Coloring the Rainbow is an easy, joyful story to add to any collection of books about diversity, connectedness, and creativity.