Reviews and Blog Posts: Diversity

Every day

by David Levithan

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Over the years, I've definitely heard a lot of hype about David Levithan's books. Then he went ahead and co-authored Will Grayson, Will Grayson with John Green, of whom I'm a huge fan. You might have heard of him. He's the author of the bestselling and soon-to-be-made-into-a-movie

Shades of people

by Shelley Rotner

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People have all different shades of color to their skin. Not just black, brown, white, but almond, cocoa, rose, gold. In this book, there are photographs of all different kids and families playing together, eating, and hugging. This is a perfect introduction to race and difference for the youngest readers.

Uncle Bobby's wedding

by Sarah S Brannen

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Bobby is Chloë's favorite uncle. They do all kinds of fun things together. She's afraid that when he gets married to Jamie, he'll forget about her. But having two uncles just means twice the fun, and getting to be a flower girl at the wedding! Chloë learns that being in...

Brendan Buckley's universe and everything in it

by Sundee Tucker Frazier

Eleven-year-old Brendan Buckley is a lot of things: an aspiring scientist, a tae kwon do warrior, and the child of a biracial marriage. He had a great relationship with his father's dad, but he's never even met his mother's father, and he's not sure why. When they accidentally meet up...

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