Sylvia & Aki, by Winifred Conkling, takes place in California and Arizona during WWII (1941-1945). It is based on the lives of two real children, Aki Munemitsu and Sylvia Mendez.
A book about the lesser-known heroes in American history–those who advocated for justice.
By MOKGWETSI SIZWE CHAPMAN, age 13 Published by Three Rivers Press in New York, 2006. Forty Millon Dollar Slaves: The Rise Fall and Redemption of the Black Athlete is about African-American athletes, and how they make their way to the top of the sports world, including the discrimination, prejudice and injustice that came with the …
This compassionate coming-of-age story explores issues on identity, emotional well-being and bullying.
Nutritious recipes and fun facts from around the world!
Mixed is a book of portraits of multi-heritage children, from infants to teenagers.
The Boy Who Cried Fabulous is a story about a boy whose curiosity and fascination sometimes get him into trouble.
Bud Not Buddy, by Christopher Paul Curtis, is a story about a young orphan who finds a family through an unexpected journey.
“I recommend this book to anyone who has had unexpected things “pop-up” in their life.”
Tells the story of children who stood up for their rights against powerful company owners