A range of books with diverse characters and points of view
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Alma y cómo obtuvo su nombre Alma y cómo obtuvo su nombre (Hardback)
author/illustrator: Juana Martinez-Neal

¿Cómo terminó Alma Sofia Esperanza José Pura Candela con un nombre tan largo? Mientras Papi le cuenta la historia de cada uno de sus nombres, Alma comienza a sentir cómo cabe perfectamente en ellos.

Angel in Beijing Angel in Beijing (Hardback)
author/illustrator: Belle Yang

In a lost-and-found tale that soars far beyond just a happy ending, Taiwanese fine artist Belle Yang pays affectionate homage to the city of Beijing.

Happy in Our Skin Happy in Our Skin (Paperback)
author: Fran Manushkin
illustrator: Lauren Tobia

“A cheeky meditation on the everyday miraculousness of skin. . . . It’s freewheeling fun.” — Publishers Weekly (starred review)

It Looks Like This It Looks Like This (Paperback)
author: Rafi Mittlefehldt

“A haven of understanding for readers who have felt the foolish hand of ignorance trying to prevent them from knowing, being, and loving who they are.” — Kirkus Reviews

Jabberwalking Jabberwalking (Paperback)
author/illustrator: Juan Felipe Herrera

Juan Felipe Herrera, the first Mexican-American Poet Laureate in the USA, is sharing secrets: how to turn your wonder at the world around you into weird, wild, incandescent poetry.

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