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Book cover of & WE RISE
& WE RISE
By: erica martin | Published: February 2022

Theme: BIPOC

  • ISBN
    9780593352526
  • Binding
    Hardcover
  • Category
    Poetry
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Book cover of & WE RISE
& WE RISE
By: erica martin | Published: January 2023

A powerful, impactful, eye-opening journey that explores through the Civil Rights Movement in 1950s-1960s America in spare and evocative verse, with...

A powerful, impactful, eye-opening journey that explores through the Civil Rights Movement in 1950s-1960s America in spare and evocative verse, with historical photos interspersed throughout. In stunning verse and vivid use of white space, Erica Martin's debut poetry collection walks readers through the Civil Rights Movement—from the well-documented events that shaped the nation’s treatment of Black people, beginning with the "Separate but Equal" ruling—and introduces lesser-known figures and moments that were just as crucial to the Movement and our nation's centuries-long fight for justice and equality. A poignant, powerful, all-too-timely collection that is both a vital history lesson and much-needed conversation starter in our modern world. Complete with historical photographs, author's note, chronology of events, research, and sources.

Theme: BIPOC

  • ISBN
    9780593352540
  • Binding
    Paperback
  • Category
    High School - Poetry
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$14.99
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Book cover of 12 DINGING DOORBELLS
12 DINGING DOORBELLS
By: tameka brown | Published: October 2022

Theme: BIPOC

  • ISBN
    9781984815170
  • Binding
    Hardcover
  • Category
    Picture Book
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Book cover of ABDUL'S STORY
ABDUL'S STORY
By: j thompkins-bigelow | Published: March 2022

A little boy who loves storytelling but struggles with writing learns that it’s okay to make mistakes in this charming and encouraging picture...

A little boy who loves storytelling but struggles with writing learns that it’s okay to make mistakes in this charming and encouraging picture book from the author of Mommy’s Khimar. Abdul loves to tell stories. But writing them down is hard. His letters refuse to stay straight and face the right way. And despite all his attempts, his papers often wind up with more eraser smudges than actual words. Abdul decides his stories just aren’t meant to be written down…until a special visitor comes to class and shows Abdul that even the best writers—and superheroes—make mistakes.

Theme: BIPOC , Special Needs

  • ISBN
    9781534462984
  • Binding
    Hardcover
  • Category
    Picture Book
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Book cover of ABUELITA & ME
ABUELITA & ME
By: leonarda carranza | Published: April 2022

In this poignant, empowering picture book debut, a girl and her beloved abuelita lean on each other as they contend with racism while running errands...

In this poignant, empowering picture book debut, a girl and her beloved abuelita lean on each other as they contend with racism while running errands in the city. Spending time at home with Abuelita means pancakes, puddle-jumping, and nail-painting. But venturing out into the city is not always as fun. On the bus and at the grocery store, people are impatient and suspicious--sometimes they even yell. Sad, angry, and scared, the story's young narrator decides not to leave home again...until a moment of empowerment helps her see the strength she and Abuelita share when they face the world together. Warm, expressive illustrations by Rafael Mayani highlight the tenderness in Abuelita and the narrator's relationship.

Theme: BIPOC , Inter-Generational, Diversity

  • ISBN
    9781773216102
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Picture Book
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Book cover of AFRICAN TOWN
AFRICAN TOWN
By: charles waters | Published: January 2023

Chronicling the story of the last Africans brought illegally to America in 1860, African Town is a powerful and stunning novel-in-verse. In 1860,...

Chronicling the story of the last Africans brought illegally to America in 1860, African Town is a powerful and stunning novel-in-verse. In 1860, long after the United States outlawed the importation of enslaved laborers, 110 men, women and children from Benin and Nigeria were captured and brought to Mobile, Alabama aboard a ship called Clotilda. Their journey includes the savage Middle Passage and being hidden in the swamplands along the Alabama River before being secretly parceled out to various plantations, where they made desperate attempts to maintain both their culture and also fit into the place of captivity to which they'd been delivered. At the end of the Civil War, the survivors created a community for themselves they called African Town, which still exists to this day. Told in 14 distinct voices, including that of the ship that brought them to the American shores and the founder of African Town, this powerfully affecting historical novel-in-verse recreates a pivotal moment in US and world history, the impacts of which we still feel today.

Theme: BIPOC

  • ISBN
    9780593322901
  • Binding
    Paperback
  • Category
    Young Adult Fiction
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Book cover of AIN'T BURNED ALL THE BRIGHT
AIN'T BURNED ALL THE BRIGHT
By: jason reynolds | Published: January 2022

Jason Reynolds and his best bud, Jason Griffin had a mind-meld. And they decided to tackle it, in one fell swoop, in about ten sentences, and 300...

Jason Reynolds and his best bud, Jason Griffin had a mind-meld. And they decided to tackle it, in one fell swoop, in about ten sentences, and 300 pages of art, this piece, this contemplation-manifesto-fierce-vulnerable-gorgeous-terrifying-WhatIsWrongWithHumans-hope-filled-hopeful-searing-Eye-Poppingly-Illustrated-tender-heartbreaking-how-The-HECK-did-They-Come-UP-with-This project about oxygen. And all of the symbolism attached to that word, especially NOW. And so for anyone who didn't really know what it means to not be able to breathe, REALLY breathe, for generations, now you know. And those who already do, you'll be nodding yep yep, that is exactly how it is.

Theme: BIPOC , #BlackLivesMatter

  • ISBN
    9781534439467
  • Binding
    Hardcover
  • Category
    Young Adult Fiction
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$24.99
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Book cover of AKIM ALIU - DREAMER
AKIM ALIU - DREAMER
By: akim aliu | Published: February 2023

This honest, engrossing graphic memoir tells the story of professional athlete and activist Akim Aliu's incredible life as a hockey prodigy in...

This honest, engrossing graphic memoir tells the story of professional athlete and activist Akim Aliu's incredible life as a hockey prodigy in Canada. Akim Aliu -- also known as "Dreamer" -- is a Ukrainian-Nigerian-Canadian professional hockey player whose career took him all around the world and who experienced systemic racism at every turn. Dreamer tells Akim's incredible story, from being the only Black child in his Ukrainian community, to his family struggling to make ends meet while living in Toronto, to confronting the racist violence he often experienced both on and off the ice. This is a gut-wrenching and riveting graphic novel memoir that reminds us to never stop dreaming, and is sure to inspire young readers everywhere. "With honesty and courage, Akim Aliu's Dreamer will inspire readers of all ages to move confidently in the direction of their future." - Colin Kaepernick

Theme: BIPOC

  • ISBN
    9781338787603
  • Binding
    Paperback Canadian
  • Category
    Graphic Novel Children's
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$19.99
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Book cover of AKIM ALIU - DREAMER
AKIM ALIU - DREAMER
By: akim aliu | Published: May 2023

Theme: BIPOC

  • ISBN
    9781338787610
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Graphic Novel Children's
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$34.99
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Book cover of ALCATOE & THE TURNIP CHILD
ALCATOE & THE TURNIP CHILD
By: isaac lenkiewicz | Published: October 2022

Welcome to Plum Woods, where spells come alive and witches gather for the Annual Harvest Festival to celebrate the season! Perfect for fans of Aster...

Welcome to Plum Woods, where spells come alive and witches gather for the Annual Harvest Festival to celebrate the season! Perfect for fans of Aster and the Accidental Magic and Hilda. Alcatoe the town witch and the local children of Plum Woods are up to some witchy business...like casting spells and growing a prize-winning turnip. But after their grouchy neighbor Mr. Pokeweed chases them out of his garden, the kids decide to take action and ask Alacatoe for help to win the Annual Harvest Festival Vegetable Pageant. From cursed fruit salad to potions filled with the sneeze of a donkey and the tail hair of a copy cat, Alcatoe knows all the right ingredients to make the magic happen. But when their prize-winning vegetable comes alive, their home-grown food soon becomes a friend, in danger of being prepared for the feast. Will they save Turnip Child in time?

Theme: BIPOC

  • ISBN
    9781838740146
  • Binding
    Paperback
  • Category
    Graphic Novel Children's
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Book cover of ALL THE RIGHT REASONS
ALL THE RIGHT REASONS
By: bethany mangle | Published: February 2022

As cast members of a reality dating show for single parent families Cara Hawn and her mother go to Key West where Cara meets Connor and now she must...

As cast members of a reality dating show for single parent families Cara Hawn and her mother go to Key West where Cara meets Connor and now she must juggle her growing feelings while helping her mom pick a bachelor they both love.

Theme: BIPOC

  • ISBN
    9781534499034
  • Binding
    Hardcover
  • Category
    Young Adult Fiction
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Book cover of ALWAYS WITH YOU ALWAYS WITH ME
ALWAYS WITH YOU ALWAYS WITH ME
By: kelly rowland | Published: April 2022

"Grammy Award–winning artist Kelly Rowland and educator Jessica McKay have crafted a lyrical celebration of working moms everywhere and a...

"Grammy Award–winning artist Kelly Rowland and educator Jessica McKay have crafted a lyrical celebration of working moms everywhere and a soothing story for their children. As a mother gets ready to go to work, first she works on building the world for her child. Because it can sometimes be hard to be separated during the day, Mom collects some simple words that she and her child can repeat whenever they are missing each other or feeling overwhelmed: "Always with you, always with me, mommy and child, together we'll be." For any child who needs a little reassurance or just to share a sweet gesture of affection, Always with You, Always with Me is a loving tribute to families that honors the work a mother does both inside and outside of the home." --

Theme: BIPOC

  • ISBN
    9780593465516
  • Binding
    Hardcover
  • Category
    Picture Book
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Book cover of AMER HORSE TALES 06 NORTH WIND ACRES
AMER HORSE TALES 06 NORTH WIND ACRES
By: shaquilla blake | Published: June 2022

Theme: BIPOC

  • ISBN
    9780593519356
  • Binding
    Paperback
  • Category
    First Novel
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Book cover of AMER STREET
AMER STREET
By: ibi zoboi | Published: May 2018

When Fabiola's mother is detained upon their arrival to the United States, Fabiola must navigate her loud American cousins, the grittiness of...

When Fabiola's mother is detained upon their arrival to the United States, Fabiola must navigate her loud American cousins, the grittiness of Detroit's west side, a new school, and a surprising romance all on her own.

Theme: BIPOC , #BlackLivesMatter, Diversity

  • ISBN
    9780062473059
  • Binding
    Paperback
  • Category
    Young Adult Fiction
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Book cover of ANNE OF GREENVILLE
ANNE OF GREENVILLE
By: mariko tamaki | Published: October 2022

This is the story of how I became Anne of Greenville. It's also the story of how I found my true true, and how I needed to maybe come to Greenville,...

This is the story of how I became Anne of Greenville. It's also the story of how I found my true true, and how I needed to maybe come to Greenville, of all places, to make that happen. In this modern reimagining of Anne of Green Gables, Anne is an ABBA-loving singer/actor/writer of disco-operas, queer, Japanese-American who longs to be understood for her artistic genius. Recently relocated to middle-of-nowhere Greenville and starting at a new school, Anne has a tendency to A) fall in love quickly, deeply, and effervescently and B) fly off the handle in the face of jerks. Both personality quirks quickly come into play when the soccer team boos the premiere of her disco performance, which--in a roundabout way--introduces her to her new BFF, Berry, and she soon after meets the girl of her dreams, Gilly. Falling quickly into that age-old trap of ignoring the best friend for the new crush, Anne soon becomes embroiled in a series of dramatic and unfortunate events, and quickly finds herself wrapped up in a love triangle she never expected. Is she MTB with Gilly? Or is Berry her true soul mate? Only time (or 304 pages) will tell. In this coming-of-age novel by fan-favorite author Mariko Tamaki, see the classic tale in a whole new light. Refreshingly bold and unapologetically unique, Anne of Greenville will make you want to stand up and sing!

Theme: BIPOC , LGBTQ2S+

  • ISBN
    9781368078405
  • Binding
    Hardcover Canadian
  • Category
    Young Adult Fiction
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