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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.

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Yosef’s dream

2016

by Sylvia A. Rouss, Tamar Blumenfeld and Asher Naim

"Now a young man in Israel, watching his brother become a Bar Mitzvah, Yosef remembers back to his own childhood in Ethiopia, and the dream he had, foreseeing the miraculous air rescue of Operation Solomon in 1991, which led to the fulfillment of his own family's dream to live in Israel, land of their forefathers"--|cProvided by publisher

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Chocolate milk, por favor!

2015

by Maria Dismondy and Donna Farrell

"Johnny is a big fan of school but that all changes when the new kid, Gabe arrives. Gabe doesn't speak any English, and that doesn't stop Johnny from going out of his way to be unkind. What will Johnny do when Gabe starts to make new friends? Will he join in the fun of making a new friend or turn the other way? Johnny realizes a powerful message in this story where student differences are celebrated. Read to find out how chocolate milk plays a major role in the discovery of the real universal language"--Back cover

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Abigail’s wish

2016

by Gloria Wesley and Richard Rudnicki

The first children's picture book set in historic Birchtown, Nova Scotia, Abigail's Wish is a window into the life of a Black Loyalist family during the early years of the historic colony. Through the eyes of young Abigail, this collaboration between poet and novelist Gloria Ann Wesley and award-winning illustrator Richard Rudnicki will teach young readers about Black Loyalist life and the value of friendship and patience

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