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<p>Rosie's Family: An Adoption Story</p>

Rosie's Family: An Adoption Story

Lori Rosove

Rosie, a 7-year-old beagle, was adopted by schnauzers. She looks different from her parents and her younger brother.... read full review

Dealing With Racism

Dealing With Racism

Jen Green

Greenís book is a great introduction to the idea of racism, and offers readers a diverse group of... read full review

I'm Your Peanut Butter Big Brother

I'm Your Peanut Butter Big Brother

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"Baby brother or sister, will you look like me? I blend from semisweet dark Daddy... read full review

Pact's Multicultural BookSource

Pact's Multicultural BookSource

Pact, An Adoption Alliance

Adoptive parenting is parenting plus: We have all the same joys and challenges as families formed by birth,... read full review

Stick Up for Yourself! Every Kid's Guide to Personal Power & Positive Self-esteem

Stick Up for Yourself! Every Kid's Guide to Personal Power & Positive Self-esteem

Lev Raphael, Gershen Kaufman and Pamela Espeland

 If I had to choose one book for children ages nine to twelve to help inoculate them against... read full review

The Colors of Us

The Colors of Us

Karen Katz

This beautifully illustrated story follows Lena and her mother on a walk through the neighborhood as they discover... read full review

The Kingfisher Book of Family Poems

The Kingfisher Book of Family Poems

Belinda Hollyer

The Kingfisher Book of Family Poems celebrates the qualities that make your family unique. Every quirk, joy, everyday... read full review

The Meanest Thing to Say

The Meanest Thing to Say

Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby's The Meanest Thing to Say has empowered many a four- to eight-year-old to resist the... read full review

Three Names of Me

Three Names of Me

Mary Cummings

When my five-year-old saw the Chinese girl on the cover of this new book, Grace was intrigued.

The... read full review

We Belong Together

We Belong Together

Parr, Todd

When Todd Parr creates a picture book, he wants every child to see himself in it, and to... read full review

When the Black Girl Sings

When the Black Girl Sings

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When Lahni, the only African-American student in her school, is chosen to participate in the... read full review

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