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Books About Refugee Experiences

  • Age: 0 to 100
  • Grade: p to 17
These kids books feature characters fleeing war in violence in different conflicts around the world and throughout history.

Fitting In, Standing Out and Self-Acceptance

  • Age: 2 to 100
  • Grade: p to 3
tagged: DIV-0318
Kids' books about finding a place in the world.

New Diverse Books

  • Age: 4 to 19
  • Grade: p to 12
A #wehavediversebooks selection for children and teens.

Diverse Books: Race, Colour, Ethnic Origin

  • Age: 3 to 100
  • Grade: p to 12
tagged: DIV-0318
A #wehavediversebooks selection for children and teens.

Citizenship, Immigration, and Place of Origin

  • Age: 4 to 100
  • Grade: k to 17
tagged: DIV-0318
A #wehavediversebooks selection for children and teens.

Indigenous Childrens and YA Books From BC

  • Age: 0 to 18
  • Grade: p to 12
Books with subject matter relevant to Indigenous kids and teens or books for kids and teens by Indigenous authors.

Diversity in Children's Lit

  • Age: 0 to 100
  • Grade: p to 17
Here is a list of kids books featuring characters of diverse cultural and family backgrounds.

Diversity in CanLit

  • Age: 0 to 100
  • Grade: p to 17
Canadians have written a wide range of diverse books — here are a few to add to the #WeNeedDiverseBooks campaign. "We Need Diverse Books is a grassroots organization created to ... recognize all diverse experiences, including (but not limited to) LGBTQIA, people of color, gender diversity, people with disabilities, and ethnic, cultural, and religious minorities." However, as Léonicka of #DiverseCanLit explains, a lot of the problem is that there is no cross-over in the genres. An immigrant story is marketed as *just* an immigrant story; a sci-fi Aboriginal narrative is marketed as *just* Aboriginal, not sci-fi; or their experiences are used as tropes and clichés. This is part of the problem—that diverse characters and backgrounds aren't reflected in all genres or story types.