Illustrated biographies for elementary ages about girls and women who have an impact on our world.
Creepy and scary books for upper elementary and middle school ages.
Picture books with modern Native, American Indian, Indigenous, Alaska Native, First Nations, Métis, & Inuit families
Many picture books show peoples indigenous to North America in a historical context, but Native people aren't a relic of the past, and as these books show they are active members of the modern world. #ownvoices
Books that address teasing, name-calling, excluding, and other hurtful behavior. Books that explore successful responses. Books that promote kindness and empathy.
Whether you’re connecting with your little one, a younger sibling, or babysitting for a friend’s child, starting a new project together can be just the thing to bridge generations. These titles are an invitation to your inner child to let your imagination run free right alongside your junior companion’s.
Fiction and nonfiction about and by Native American, Native Hawaiian and First Nation peoples for grades 4-6.
Multiple narrators share different perspectives
Celebrate the lives of Asian Americans, Native Hawai'ians & Pacific Islanders: nonfiction for Kids, tweens & young teens
Explore the experiences and contributions of Asian Americans, Native Hawaii'ans and Pacific Islanders in these nonfiction books for grades K-8.
Fiction books for grades K, 1, 2, 3 featuring AANHPI fictional characters.
Fiction books from 2020-2023 featuring AANHPI fictional characters. For grades 4, 5, 6