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Our collection of children's picture books featuring Black and Indigenous people and People of Color (BIPOC) is available to the public. You can use the Search Tool below to find titles. *Inclusion of a title in the collection DOES NOT EQUAL recommendation.* See our related readings page for suggested tools for evaluating books.


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Raza’s Bindu

2016

by Ritu Khoda, Vanita Pai and Kundan Shanbhag

This book delves into the works of famous Indian artist S.H. Raza and takes children on a fantastic visual journey. ~Back Cover

Beautiful Life Biography

Earthwaves

2019

by Michael Smith and Gayle Garner Roski

When Akela makes his first trading voyage with his wise grandfather, he learns that it takes courage, knowledge, and wisdom to cross the Pacific Ocean in a sailing canoe without compass or chart. Includes historical note.

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The Divali story

2018

by Anita Ganeri and Carole Gray

Anita Ganeri retells the traditional stories of world religion festivals with her usual sensitivity and gift for drawing children into the narrative. Exquisite watercolour illustrations breath warmth and life into the story. Suggestions for activities are included in every book, as well as special recipes that children will enjoy trying out. The Hindu festival of Divali celebrates the goddess Lakshmi and the victory of good over evil and light over darkness and is celebrated in October.

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Ballesteros on my mind

2016

by Rey E. De la Cruz and Tenni Magcase

The author tells the story of growing up with his family in the small town of Ballesteros in the Province of Cagayan, Luzon, in the Philippines.

Beautiful Life Biography Informational

Sewing stories

2015

by Barbara Herkert and Vanessa Brantley-Newton

"Harriet Powers learned to sew and quilt as a young slave girl on a Georgia plantation. She lived through the Civil War and Reconstruction, and eventually owned a cotton farm with her family, all the while relying on her skills with the needle to clothe and feed her children. Later she began making pictorial quilts, using each square to illustrate Bible stories and local legends. She exhibited her quilts at local cotton fairs, and though she never traveled outside of Georgia, her quilts are now priceless examples of African American folk art."--Amazon.com

Beautiful Life Biography Oppression & Resilience

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