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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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Polka Dot Penguin Pottery

2011

by Lenore Look and Yumi Heo

A visit to a pottery shop and the encouragement of family and friends not only provide Aspen the opportunity to paint something beautiful, they also help her get past her writer's block

Any Child

Friends

2016

by Aiko Ikegami

"A girl from a faraway place begins her first day at school. She doesn't speak the language and she looks different. She just doesn't fit in. But one day, she makes an unexpected friend a squirrel! Then a rabbit joins them. Soon the girl's fuzzy woodland friends are followed by human ones and school becomes more fun!"--|cProvided by publisher

Beautiful Life

Pan de Sal saves the day

2009

by Norma Olizon-Chikiamco and Mark Ramsel N. Salvatus

Pan de Sal Saves the Day is the story of a young girl named Pan de Sal who thinks she's the unluckiest girl in the whole world. Aside from not liking her own name and finding her appearance strage, she doesn't have all the fancy things that her classmates have. She cannot even muster the courage to try out for the Glee Club, even though she has a beautiful voice. Things change suddenly when an unexpected event forces her into the limelight. With her innate talent and resourcefulness, Pan de Sal wins the admiration of her classmates and finds the confidence she needs to fulfill her dreams

Beautiful Life