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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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The Yin-Yang sisters and the dragon Frightful

2018

by Nancy Tupper Ling and Andrea Offermann

"Twins with opposite personalities work together to convince a dragon to stop blocking their village bridge"-- |cProvided by publisher

Folklore

Nanook

2018

by Austin Hulsey, Larry Hulsey and Kyle McCloud

Nanook and his father Babook are Inuits living in the Alaskan tundra. Their story is set in the 1940’s, when Nanook was just twelve years old, and hunting and fishing were the only way to feed his family. Nanook watches as his father prepares for a fishing trip and is excited when Babook decides he’s finally old enough to go off on his own. Before he goes, Babook warns Nanook to stay in Big Bend, a safe area free from bears. However, Nanook ignores his father’s warning, roams too far, and soon finds himself in a dangerous situation. When Babook rescues him, he demonstrates a father’s unconditional love, and Nanook learns a valuable lesson. --publisher

Folklore

In a small kingdom

2018

by Tomie DePaola and Doug Salati

"The story of a magical robe that goes missing, and the kingdom that hangs in the balance"--|cProvided by publisher

Folklore

El Chupacabras

2018

by Adam Rubin and Crash McCreery

Farmer Hector and his daughter Carla seek help from the monstrous chupacabra when their goats become giants and threaten the town.

Folklore

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