title: Money Boy author: Paul Yee date: Groundwood Books; 2011 main character: Wei/Ray/Steel While coming out stories are quite common place in queer teen literature, few if any are about a Chinese immigrant to Canada. Wei’s father does a random check into to the history files of the family’s computer and discovers that his son… Read More review: Money Boy
As happens every month, new diversity releases for the month are list here, at Diversity in YA and at Rich in Color. And each month, we all manage to have different lists. I only list books written by authors of color. Rich In Color “is dedicated to reading, reviewing, talking about, and otherwise promoting young… Read More Roundup: May
Are you a librarian or parent working to create a diverse book collection in your home or school? Don’t miss Lee and Low’s inventory and list of resources to help you along the way. Be certain to read The Brown Bookshelf’s feature from Carole Bostone Weatherford on why she entered the print on demand and… Read More Under the Radar
“More than two decades ago Wade and Cheryl Hudson were parents on a desperate search for children’s books that reflected the diversity of Black history, heritage and experiences. Disappointed by the limited number and their unreliable availability, the couple embarked upon a mission: to produce the kind of positive, vibrant Black-interest books that they wanted… Read More Giving You More Diversity for 25 Years
One of my recent blog posts ending with Over the next few weeks, I hope to introduce you to few players who are recreating the game for the sake of our children. That’s what we have to remember, this is for our children. I do have a couple of these posts, but I soon realized… Read More CAKE Literary: We’re On A Diversity Mission – Here’s Why!