Children’s Books That Celebrate Diversity

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While browsing the children’s book section at the library, I came across so many amazing books that celebrated diversity.  I  try to make it my mission to teach my children to appreciate and respect other people’s culture, background, and heritage.    There is so much that can be learned by getting know different cultural backgrounds.  I truly love the richness and diversity that can be soaked up from just reading a book.

Children’s Books That Celebrate Diversity


Lucia the Luchadora

47 Strings. Tessa’s Special Code

Tikki Tikki Tembo

The Colors of Us

The Diwali Gift (Award-winning picture book on Indian Culture, Celebrate Diwali Festival, Non-Religious, Great for Indian American, Biracial Families, multicultural children 0-8 years.)


Best Friend on Wheels


How Many Days to America?: A Thanksgiving Story

Mei-Mei’s Lucky Birthday Noodles: A Loving Story of Adoption, Chinese Culture, and a Special Birthday Treat

Round Is a Tortilla: A Book of Shapes

The Keeping Quilt

I Am Deaf

The Korean Cinderella (Trophy Picture Books (Paperback))

The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses

Let’s Visit Florence!: Adventures of Bella & Harry


David’s World: A Picture Book about Living with Autism

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