Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Children's Books That Celebrate Diversity I Hope You Won't Miss



In honor of Multicultural Children's Book Day this Friday, January 27, 2017, I list some of my favorite children's books that celebrate American diversity. #ReadYourWorld


My Name is Yoon 


The Moved-Outers


Last Stop on Market Street


Home of the Brave


Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry


Any Small Goodness: A Novel of the Barrio


One-Handed Catch


The Other Side


The Thing About Georgie


Mango, Abuela, and Me


Thunder Boy Jr.


Marisol McDonald Doesn't Match/
Marisol McDonald no combina


Sixteen Years in Sixteen Seconds: The Sammy Lee Story


Wonder




Multicultural Children's Book Day site: http://multiculturalchildrensbookday.com/

Free Multicultural Books for Teachers: http://bit.ly/1kGZrta
Free Diversity Book Lists and Activities for Teachers and Parents: http://bit.ly/1sZ5s8i

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19 comments:

  1. Great post! Diversity is so important, and especially in children's books!

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  2. Great topic! I've only heard of one book on your list, so I definitely have some research to do. =)

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  3. Oh my gosh! Thank you for these. I needed some book recommendations for my nephew & what makes these even better are that they are diverse. I'll be adding all of these to my nephew's TBR. Thank you again for this post, it is wonderful & I'm so glad you shared it.

    My TTT

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  4. I loved, loved, loved Wonder! Great collection of books, Deb!

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  5. Great list as ever Mrs Nance. I was getting worried scrolling down, but thankfully I've managed to read two of them- Wonder and Roll of Thunder.

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  6. What a great list! I see a few that might work soon for my 1 year old granddaughter.

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  7. I've read five of these and have seven in my classroom library, so I'm feeling pretty proud over here. Lovely list; thank you!

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  8. Home of the Brave is so powerful, and it made me cry so much, all along! Would you recommend other books by the same author?

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    1. So far, this is the first book of that author I have read.

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  9. Yay for this list! It's so important to include diversity in children's books, because they can teach them a lot about acceptance. Wonder is one of the most well-written and gorgeous books I've ever read - every single person should read it, tbh.

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  10. What a great list! I love diversity in children's books and am always looking for more. I see several that would appeal to my 7 year old.

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  11. Reading more diversely is on my TTT list for this week and your recommendations and links will come in handy, thank you. My TTT link

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  12. Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry has always been one of my favorites. :)

    Lauren @ Always Me

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  13. I love books about diversity!! Good choice for a topic this week.


    Here's a link to my TTT post for this week: http://captivatedreader.blogspot.com/2017/01/top-ten-tuesday-freebie-top-ten.html

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  14. Awesome list! I've read the Other Side and I loved that book! I hope I can check out the other books!

    Here’s my TTT!

    Ronyell @ Rabbit Ears Book Blog

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  15. Some days when I read your lists I wish I was an Elementary Librarian. The story books are so lovely.

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    1. And the stories can have a profound influence on young lives.

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  16. Great topic and post! I'm so glad that diversity is being discussed and actively read.

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  17. Deb, great topic and list! I have read one book (Wonder), have wanted to read another for a while now(Roll of Thunder) and recently read about another(Last Stop on Market Street).. will add these to my list

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