- Books that contain characters of color as well as characters that represent a minority point of view. Children need to “find themselves” within the pages of the books they read.
- Books that share ideas, stories and information about cultures, race, religion, language and traditions.
- Books that embrace our world and offer children new ways to connect to a diverse and richer world.
Shanequa Davis says
My book titled is considered a multi cultural book. The lead character in “Chloe And Her Two Red Shoes,” is a character of color. I would like to know how can I have my book listed on your website?
Please link up a post on your book here: https://multiculturalchildrensbookday.com/multicultural-reading-resources/diversity-book-lists-for-kids/
ermias sisay says
i am working on my paper on multicultural chidren books for language competence.what do you advise me ?
What level of books are you studying? Board books, picture books, bi-lingual books? How can we help you?
Susan Bernardo says
What a wonderful program! I’m the author of Sun Kisses, Moon Hugs, a picture book about love with characters of every color. Where do I send review copies for your blogger reviews? xoxo Susan