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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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Elliott’s Arctic surprise

2015

by Catherine Barr and Francesca Chessa

"When Elliot finds a message in a bottle from Santa Claus, asking for URGENT help to save his home, he sails to the Arctic with children from all over the world, helped by a kindly old sea captain. Will the children be able to stop the oil drillers and save Christmas? And what is the sea captain's special surprise?"--Dust jacket

Incidental

My brother Martin

2006

by Christine King Farris and Chris K. Soentpiet

Looks at the early life of Martin Luther King, Jr., as seen through the eyes of his older sister. Looks at the early life of Martin Luther King, Jr., as seen through the eyes of his older sister. "Mother Dear, one day I'm going to turn this world upside down." Long before he became a world-famous dreamer, Martin Luther King Jr. was a little boy who played jokes and practiced the piano and made friends without considering race. But growing up in the segregated South of the 1930s taught young Martin a bitter lesson--little white children and little black children were not to play with one another. Martin decided then and there that something had to be done. And so he began the journey that would change the course of American history

Biography Oppression

Growing peace

2016

by Richard Sobol

On the morning of September 11, 2001, J.J. Keki, a Ugandan musician and coffee farmer, was in New York, about to visit the World Trade Center. Instead, J.J. witnessed the terrorist attack on the Twin Towers. He came away from this event with strong emotions about religious conflict. Why should people be enemies because of their religions?

Informational