A range of books with diverse characters and points of view
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Something About America Something About America (Paperback)
author: Maria Testa

"Maria Testa uses. . . . verse to tell a poignant story about a child touched by war. . . . An excellent choice for classroom discussion." — Booklist

Take Me With You Take Me With You (Hardback)
author: Carolyn Marsden

Hopes of adoption test the friendship of two girls-one biracial-in a lyrical novel touching on themes of identity and the meaning of home.

Tia Isa Wants a Car Tia Isa Wants a Car (Hardback)
author: Meg Medina
illustrator: Claudio Munoz

A little girl pitches in to help her tía save up for a big old car — and take the whole family to the beach — in a story told with warmth and sweetness.

The Unforgotten Coat The Unforgotten Coat (Hardback)
author: Frank Cottrell Boyce

From the best-selling author of Cosmic and Millions comes an evocative immigration tale about two brothers trying to survive — a daring story that miraculously defies belief.

Yaqui Delgado quiere darte una paliza Yaqui Delgado quiere darte una paliza (Hardback)
author: Meg Medina
translator: Teresa Mlawer

In Meg Medina’s compelling novel, a Latina teen is targeted by a bully at her new school—and must discover resources she never knew she had.

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