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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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Ava’s big move

2017

by Ebony Jade Hilton and Mike Motz

"Ava's big move gives a voice to a bright eyed little girl as she is set to leave her home, and all of her favorite things, in preparation for her mom's new job. The book demonstrates the power of positive thinking, supports the notion that all things end well, and celebrates the peace that is found in forming new relationships. Join Ava as she navigates the complete series explaining life, and all the exciting adventures it offers, as only a child can"-- Amazon.com

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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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Jack and the red beanstalk

2014

by Aphrodyi Antoine and Ebony Glenn

"Just like any kid, Jack dreams of being a hero. In our story, Jack explores Hewa, the world of the giants. With Grandpa's help, Jack uses his smarts and some very special tools passed down through the generations to defeat the giants. Can Jack save the day before Mom and Dad get home?"--Back cover

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Up home

2011

by Shauntay Grant and Susan Tooke

Happy memories sparkle in this journey through poet Shauntay Grant's childhood visits to North Preston, Nova Scotia. Her words bring to life the sights, sounds, rhythms and people of a joyful place, while Susan Tooke's vibrant illustrations capture the warmth of one of North America's most important black communities. Up Homecelebrates the magic of growing up and the power in remembering our roots"--Back cover

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