When you get to read to your child's class, what book do you choose? This Rioter chose a book that's both representational and inclusive.
Supporting anti-racist ideas should begin in childhood. Kickstart those important conversations with these anti-racist middle grade books.
Hannah invites Japanese-American author Misa Sugiura to the podcast to discuss some AAPI YA authors that are a little more under the radar than the ones you've heard of.
Looking to read more diverse memoirs? Here's a list of memoirs, written by authors from all over the world, and all walks of life.
The Cooperative Children's Book Center (CCBC) has released the results of its 2019 survey on diversity in children's and YA literature.
Take a trip 100 years back in time via these must-read books set in the 1920s, with fiction and nonfiction stories about the Jazz Age for every reader.
Taking a critical look at what it means to lump books by marginalized authors into a genre, and at representation in publishing as a whole.
A reader chimes in with some thoughts on the ways in which authors can improve their approach to inclusion, namely without tokenizing their characters.
One Rioter on making a conscious decision to read books by authors from diverse backgrounds, with tips on how to read diversely and be an ally.
Are you a librarian, bookseller, or other book lover having trouble finding diverse books before they're published? Let this guide help you find them, read them, and share them.