Our intention is to acquire and make available ALL picture books featuring indigenous people and people of color published in the U.S. since 2002, including reprints. Inclusion of a title in the collection DOES NOT EQUAL recommendation. See our related readings page for suggested links for evaluating books.
The letters of the alphabet introduce facts about the Olympic movement and Olympic sports
"Our bodies come in all shapes and sizes and they change throughout our lives, as we grow from babies to children to teenagers to adults. Find out about growing and learning, keeping fit, breaks and bruises, the five senses, our brilliant brains, how we are the same and how we are different--and lots more. Our bodies really are amazing!"- -Back cover
"Engineer Arielle drives her train through Jerusalem on Israel Independence Day, greeting friends and waiting to celebrate with her brother Ezra, who is the lead pilot in the Israeli Air Force's special air show"--Provided by publisher
Inside New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art, the sphinx of the Pharaoh Hatshepsut holds court. But how did this ancient artifact get to the museum?
Children need easy guidelines to help them understand how to protect themselves and feel secure in their environments. Rana DiOrio's newest addition to her award- winning series explores physical, emotional, social, and cyber safety in unthreatening ways that spark meaningful conversation between adults and children about staying safe--Provided by publisher
Questions about different kinds of triangles are answered with a crystal-clear text and cheerful illustrations starring two friendly kids and one savvy robot
"Watermelons are fruits. Cabbages are leaves. Walnuts are seeds. Carrots are roots. People eat many parts of plants. Even flowers!"--|cProvided by publisher
Raises the questions that youngsters may ask about the reasons behind the ways people show consideration for each other by being polite, and suggests techniques for adults to help children understand the importance of courteous behavior
"Tata Gus teaches his grandson Aaron how to use natural healing remedies, and in the process helps the members of his family and his neighbors"--|cProvided by publisher
Bugs happily living in an empty lot are in trouble when a gang of rats moves in and takes over, but when a group of volunteers arrives to clean up, not only do the bugs get their lot back, they learn about recycling, composting, and garbage dumps. Includes facts about dumps, littering, and recycling