A girl learns about her grandmother’s experience of the Partition of India and Pakistan in The Partition Project, by Saadia Faruqi
Browsing: Celebrating Diversity
In Dear Muslim Child, by Rahma Rodaah and Aya Ghanameh, children are encouraged to take joy and pride in their Islamic faith.
Something, Someday, written by Amanda Gorman and illustrated by Christian Robinson, is a message of hope for the youngest of readers.
One and Like So, picture books by Ruth Forman, are a perfect way for young readers to learn about counting and love.
Small-Girl Toni and the Quest for Gold is a tall tale inspired by the life and works of Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison.
Do You Know Them? is inspired by newspaper ads placed by African Americans who were separated from family by the Civil War, enslavement, and emancipation.
A girl becomes the guardian of Ali Baba’s legendary treasure in Daughters of the Lamp, the first book in a new fantasy series by Nedda Lewers.
Fighting With Love: The Legacy of John Lewis, by Lesa Cline-Ransome and James E. Ransome, tells the story of a groundbreaking civil rights leader.
Go Forth and Tell: The Life of Augusta Baker, Librarian And Master Storyteller, by Breanna J. McDaniel and April Harrison, is fantastic.
The She Persisted chapter book series now features 33 titles. The latest feature gymnast Simone Biles and educator Opal Lee.