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BOOKLIST: Multicultural Children's Books Day

Updated: Jun 19


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Multicultural Children's Book Day is celebrated annually on January 25th to raise awareness for children's books that celebrate diversity and anti-bias points of view.


Multicultural Children’s Books Day aims to encourage these anti-bias, diverse books into the hands of students and into classrooms and libraries. This book list highlights children's books that reflect diversity through people and families of color, multi-racial relationships, bilingual books, cultural holidays and celebrations, and introductions to civil movements and other historical events. There are so many wonderful multicultural children’s books out there and this list is a great way to get started.



My Name is Sangoel by Karen Williams

Reading Level: Elementary


Harlem's Little Blackbird by Renee Watson Reading Level: Elementary


Child of the Civil Rights Movement by Paula Young Shelton Reading Level: Elementary


The Secret Footprints by Julia Alvarez Reading Level: Elementary


My Abuelita by Tony Johnston Reading Level: Elementary


All Different Now by Angela Johnson Reading Level: Elementary



Rene Has Two Last Names by Rene Colato Lainez Reading Level: Elementary


Lailah's Lunchbox by Reem Faruqi Reading Level: Elementary


El Dashiki by Gaylia Taylor Reading Level: Elementary



Mommy’s Khimar by Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow Reading Level: Elementary

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