Multiracial Children's Books
Celebrate DIA, Diversity in Action, with these children's books featuring characters who are biracial or multiracial.
Multiracial Children's Books
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Who's in my family? : all about our families / Robie H. Harris ; illustrated by Nadine Bernard Westcott. Picture book.
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WHO’S IN MY FAMILY! » Robie H. Harris, Children's Book Author A family goes to the ZOO
Who's in My Family? by Robie H. Harris ~"Transracial families, same-sex parents, extended family members, older parents, and characters with disabilities. Differences are discussed in an open manner, and I appreciate Harris's no-nonsense approach to matters like varying skin colors within a family unit."
Mexican whiteboy / Matt de la Peña. For young adult readers.
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Mexican WhiteBoy by Matt de la Pena Book Trailer: http://youtu.be/uL2Gzjxr334
Mexican White Boy by Matt de la Pena Book Trailer: http://youtu.be/uL2Gzjxr334
Gracias = Thanks / por Pat Mora ; ilustraciones por John Parra ; traducción por Adriana Domínguez. Picture book.
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Children's Book: Gracias/Thanks (2009), Author: Pat Mora, Illustrator: John Parra - Lee and Low Books
Gracias / Thanks (English and Spanish Edition): Pat Mora, John Parra: 9781600602580: Amazon.com: Books
Marisol McDonald doesn't match = Marisol McDonald no combina / story/cuento, Monica Brown ; illustrations/ilustraciones, Sara Palacios ; Spanish translation/traducción al español, Adriana Domínguez. Picture book.
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Marisol McDonald Doesn’t Match/Marisol McDonald No Combina by Monica Brown Ph.D. and Sara Palacios. Marisol McDonald has flaming red hair and nut-brown skin. Polka dots and stripes are her favorite combination. She prefers peanut butter and jelly burritos in her lunch box. To Marisol, these seemingly mismatched things make perfect sense together. Other people wrinkle their nose in confusion at Marisol—can’t she just choose one or the other? Try as she might, in a world where everyone tries to put this biracial, Peruvian-Scottish-American girl into a box, Marisol McDonald doesn’t match. And that’s just fine with her. (Children’s Book Press, 2013. 32 pgs.)
Marisol McDonald has red hair and brown skin. Polka dots and stripes are her favorite combination. She prefers peanut butter and jelly burritos and playing soccer pirate princess. To her these seemingly mismatched things make perfect sense together. Other people don't understand. Try as she might, in a world where everyone tries to put this biracial, Peruvian-Scottish-American girl into a box, Marisol McDonald doesn t match. And that s just fine with her.
Marisol McDonald Doesn’t Match by Monica Brown. Black Eyed Susan Nominee 2014 - Picture Books.
Marisol McDonald and the clash bash = Marisol McDonald y la fiesta sin igual / story / cuento, Monica Brown ; illustrations / ilustraciones, Sara Palacios ; Spanish translation / traducción al español, Adriana Domínguez. Picture book.
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Marisol McDonald and the Clash Bash: Marisol McDonald y La Fiesta Sin Igual by Monica Brown: In this delightful story told in English and Spanish, author Monica Brown and illustrator Sara Palacios once again bring the irrepressible Marisol McDonald to life. With her bright red hair, golden brown skin, mismatched outfits, and endearing individuality, this free-spirited Peruvian-Scottish-American girl is headed straight into the hearts of young readers everywhere.
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Marisol McDonald and the Clash Bash: Marisol McDonald y la fiesta sin igual (English and Spanish) Ages 6-8) Marisol is turning eight, and it's time to plan a birthday party! She also hopes that her Abuelitafrom Peru, will be able to come to the celebration. With her bright red hair, golden brown skin, mismatched outfits, and endearing individuality, this free-spirited Peruvian-Scottish-American girl is headed straight into the hearts of young readers everywhere.
Whoa, baby, whoa! / Grace Nichols ; illustrated by Eleanor Taylor. Picture book.
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"More more more," said the baby : 3 love stories / Vera B. Williams. Picture book.
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"More More More," Said the Baby Board Book, By Vera B. Williams , Illustrated by Vera B. Williams: HarperCollins Children's Books
Picture book. "More More More," Said the Baby by Vera B. Williams (A Caldecott Honor book). Mixed families.
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"More More More," Said the Baby Board Book by Vera B. Williams. Caldecott honor book.
Take a look at this "More More More," Said the Baby Hardcover by Award Winners: Kids' Books on @zulily today!
I love Saturdays y domingos / by Alma Flor Ada ; illustrated by Elivia Savadier. Picture book.
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2006 Caldecott Medal Winner: The Hello, Goodbye Window Illustrated by Chris Raschka, written by Norton Juster (Michael di Capua/Hyperion)
2006. The Hello, Goodbye Window illustrated by Chris Raschka and written by Norton Juster MM-CPSD Picture Book J PB JUSTER A little girl loves going to her Nanna and Poppy's house because their kitchen window is a magical portal to a world of discovery and imagination, in a delightful story that celebrates childhood and the love of family.
The Hello Goodbye Window, Caldecott Medal 2006. I enjoy reading children's books with the tender mercies in my life, as I call them -- and I read them on my own, too. My late mother always stood in the window to wave goodbye as we left. This book reminds me of her. I love you, Mom, forever & ever & even longer.
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It’s Perfect Picture Book Perfect Friday! And Boy do I have a book for you! - "black is brown is tan," Author and illustrator: Arnold Adoff/ Emily Arnold McCully When it was first published in 1973, Black is brown is tan featured the first interracial family in children’s books. Decades later, Arnold Adoff and Emily Arnold McCully continue to offer a joyous and loving celebration of all the colors of the race,
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What a Family (9780399242540) Rachel Isadora , ISBN-10: 0399242546 , ISBN-13: 978-0399242540 , , tutorials , pdf , ebook , torrent , downloads , rapidshare , filesonic , hotfile , megaupload , fileserve
Picture book. What a Family! by Rachel Isadora
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Oscar's Half Birthday Book
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Featured Picture Books | Take Me Out to the Yakyu by Aaron Meshon
A cute kids book explores baseball in USA and Japan
New York Public Library 2013 children's book recommendations
Take Me Out to the Yakyu: Aaron Meshon: Great new children's book! #Baseball #multicultural
For middle grade / tween readers.
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Happy Birthday to Me #2 (Amy Hodgepodge): Kim Wayans, Kevin Knotts, Soo Jeong Amazon.com: Books
For tween/teen readers.
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Zombie Baseball Beatdown by Paolo Bacigalupi (Grades 5 & up). While practicing for their next baseball game, 13-year-old friends Rabi, Miguel, and Joe discover that the nefarious activities of the Delbe, Iowa, meatpacking plant have caused cows to turn into zombies.
Zombie baseball beatdown. Review by The Nerdy Book Club.
For middle grade readers.
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The Other Half of My Heart: Sundee T. Frazier: 9780440240068: Amazon.com: Books
The Other Half of My Heart / Sundee T. Frazier "Twin daughters of interracial parents, eleven-year-olds Keira and Minna have very different skin tones and personalities, but it is not until their African American grandmother enters them in the Miss Black Pearl Pre-Teen competition in North Carolina that red-haired and pale-skinned Minna realizes what life in their small town in the Pacific Northwest has been like for her more outgoing, darker-skinned sister."
Encore -- The other half of my heart / Sundee T. Frazier.
For middle grade readers.
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Sarah Reads Too Much: Book Review: "Zane and the Hurricane: A Story of Katrina" by Rodman Philbrick
Zane and the Hurricane by Rodman Philbrick. Zane is visiting his long-lost grandmother in New Orleans when Hurricane Katrina strikes. His dog, Bandit, runs away and that's how Zane ends up on his own in the eye of the storm. Well done historical fiction, especially for kids who have little to no memory of Katrina and its aftermath. ~Rachel Cuzzo
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Newbery Honor author Rodman Philbrick presents a gripping yet poignant novel about a 12-year-old boy and his dog who become trapped in New Orleans during the horrors of Hurricane Katrina.
For middle grade readers.
Fiona Cheng, Scottish Half, Lensey Namioka, Fiction Books, Chapter Books, Children Books, Children Literature, Adult Books, Books Review
FIONA CHENG IS half and half: Her father is Chinese and her mother is Scottish. Fiona looks more like her father than her mother, so people always expect her to be more interested in her Chinese half than her Scottish half. Lately even Fiona’s confused about who she really is.
Half and Half by Lensey Namioka is a fiction book about a girl who is half Scottish and half Chinese. The young girl, Fiona looks a lot more like her father who is Chinese so everyone just assumes she is more interested in her Chinese background rather than her Scottish background. Even Fiona begins to question who she is. This book is good for identity roles because she is trying to figure out her true background and cherish them both.
Encore -- Half and half / Lensey Namioka.
For middle grade readers.
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MCBA 2014 FIC FRAZIER As biracial Brendan Buckley enters middle school, he deals with issues with his African American father, a new girl at school, and his changing friendship with his best friend.
A book review at storysnoops.com.
For tween readers.
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Violet Diamond has always hated the way people look at her—like she doesn’t belong in her family. Her mother and older half sister are white, but Violet herself is biracial; her father, whom she never met, was African-American. Growing up in a small town outside Seattle, Violet only knows a handful of other people of color.
The Blossoming Universe of Violet Diamond by Brenda Woods. A biracial girl finally gets the chance to meet the African American side of her family. Find this on the New Books shelf under jWOO.
For tween and teen readers.