#WeNeedDiverseBooks
A range of books with diverse characters and points of view
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X X (Paperback)

"A completely absorbing novel. . . . Readers for whom pre-civil rights America is ancient history will find this poetic interpretation eye-opening and riveting." — Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

Heather Has Two Mommies Heather Has Two Mommies (Paperback)
author: Lesléa Newman
illustrator: Laura Cornell

“Each page is artfully and distinctly rendered to be a visual depiction of the beauty of joy and diversity.” — School Library Journal

Chik Chak Shabbat Chik Chak Shabbat (Paperback)
author: Mara Rockliff
illustrator: Kyrsten Brooker

“As warm and comforting as a bowl of cholent, this does a fine job of showing how the American mosaic can also be a satisfying whole.” — Booklist (starred review)

Caminar Caminar (Paperback)
author: Skila Brown

“Exquisitely crafted poems are the basis of an unusually fine verse novel set in 1981, in the middle of the Guatemalan Civil War. . . . Emotional, visceral, and lyrical.” — The Horn Book (starred review)

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

In spare, understated prose heightened by a keen lyricism, a debut author will take your breath away.

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