Best Multicultural Books for Children (432 books)Saving
Kids and parents plead for diversity in children's books. 8 great titles that deliver
Skip to main content. The Families of our Neighborhood: A children's book about a diverse neighborhood. In Stock. This book about diversity is told in a cute way in order to engage little kids. Add to cart. I had to have my book replaced
Books, of course! When Lena and her mom take a walk through their neighborhood, she notices that there are many different shades of brown skin, and she begins to see her familiar world in a new way. The author wrote the book for her daughter, Lena, who she and her husband adopted from Guatemala. Titular character Marisol McDonald is a Peruvian-Scottish-American with red hair and brown skin who prefers mismatched outfits and peanut butter and jelly burritos. They have charming illustrations, gentle rhymes and a simple plot that shows a day in the life of a child with same-sex parents. A positive look at LGBTQ families, these are great books for kids with two moms or two dads, as well as for kids who could benefit from seeing a different kind of family structure.
Children’s Books About Diversity and Inclusion (in General)
The best thing about books is that they can take you anywhere. Reading books with your children that celebrate diversity will help your little ones recognize that what is seen as outwardly different can just be a slight variation in the broad spectrum of humanity — and that different is not bad, but beautiful., The world is a diverse place.
This list of culturally diverse books to read, savour and recommend is a joyous celebration of the 50 most fabulous books for children of all ages living in multiracial, multicultural UK today. Tomorrow we'll be launching a discussion blog where you can share your favourite and most inspirational diverse books of all kinds — and there'll be features, blogs, galleries and other stuff on diversity on the site all this week so stay tuned! Amazing Grace By Mary Hoffman, illustrated by Caroline Binch Frances Lincoln Children's Books The classic picture book about the little girl who loves stories and shows us that we can be anything we want to be. Fruits: A Caribbean Counting Poem By Valerie Bloom, illustrated by David Axtell Macmillan Children's Books A rhythmic counting poem that describes all manner of delicious Caribbean fruits as a little girl tries to eat as many of these as she can in a single day. Handa's Surprise By Eileen Browne Walker Books A mouth-watering story about Handa who puts seven fruits into her basket to take to her friend Akeyo, but one by one these disappear as all manner of creatures snack upon them.
Better late than never! This list was meant to be posted before Christmas but it got longer and longer and suddenly it was mid-January… but nevermind, it is still just as relevant and has plenty of multicultural gems in it. So take some time to browse this list of some of the best multicultural picture books of ! Featuring playful rhymes and bright illustrations of children and animals, this board book will be a hit with the tiniest readers! Bedtime, Ted! He still has something to do!