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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Relates how the water in a park is used in different ways by the human and animal inhabitants of a neighborhood.
Don't wait for Opening Day to start your baseball season! Crack open "Baseball Is ..." and revel in the fun of this all-American game! Perfect for the stats-counting superfan and the brand-new little leaguer, "Baseball Is ... "captures the spirit of this cherished pastime, honoring its legendary past, and eagerly anticipating the future of the sport that is "stitched into our history."
When dragons are banned from accompanying students on a visit to the fire station, for such reasons as rudeness, farting, and a spikey tail, children find the perfect field trip for the scaly creatures.
Matthew is very unhappy about moving to snow-free California just before Christmas, especially after his dog disappears, but his little sister's faith in miracles is almost contagious.
Brief text and slightly whimsical illustrations showcase a diverse group of strong, capable girls participating in a wide variety of nontraditional activities and occupations.
Rhyming text describes a magical tale of parental love in a mix of everyday scenes soaring on a fluffy cloud, exploring the outdoors, and dancing around a fire on the beach.
Everyone in the Ellis family is excellent, except Ed the dog, who is determined to find something at which he, too, can excel.
"A charming novelty picture book that will entertain even the youngest readers. Try and match each crown with a princess."--
"A nonstop talker learns about the power of listening when he comes down with a case of laryngitis"--
"Mummies can't talk; but with modern scientific tools, we can still discover what a mummy has to tell us. Read the stories of mummified Egyptian pharaohs and priestesses, baby elephants, pampered pets, and even a prehistoric bison. Uncover clues to centuries-old murder mysteries and human sacrifices, and even find out what a person or animal had for their last meal! Information from real scientists explains how we know what we know about each mummy. So what do these mummies have to say? Lots, it turns out!"--