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[BHE 464] An Ode To Diverse Picturebooks

Yay to diverse picturebooks!

Myra here.

I am currently heading a research project here in the United Arab Emirates that explores the portrayal of exceptionalities and ‘the others’ in society in diverse picturebooks. So happy to finally get my hands on these amazing titles.

Diverse Picturebooks

(1) Daniel And Ismail by Juan Pablo Iglesias and Alex Peris (Amazon | Book Depository)

(2) The Mediterranean by Armin Greder (Amazon | Book Depository)

(3) Usha And The Stolen Sun by Bree Galbraith and Josee Bisaillon (Amazon | Book Depository)

(4) Lights On Cotton Rock by David Litchfield (Amazon | Book Depository)

(5) I Am Perfectly Designed by Karamo Brown with Jason ‘Rachel’ Brown and Illustrated by Anoosha Syed (Amazon | Book Depository)

(6) Antiracist Baby by Ibram X. Kendi and Ashley Lukashevsky (Amazon | Book Depository)

(7) Seven Pablos by Jorge Lujan and Chiara Carrer (Amazon | Book Depository)

(8) I Dream Of A Journey by Akiko Miyakoshi (Amazon | Book Depository)

(9) Where Happiness Begins by Eva Eland (Amazon | Book Depository)

(10) A Shelter For Sadness by Anne Booth and David Litchfield (Amazon | Book Depository)

(11) It’s A No-Money Day by Kate Milner (Amazon | Book Depository)

(12) The Invisible by Tom Percival (Amazon | Book Depository)

(13) The Wind In The Wall by Sally Gardner and Rovina Cai (Amazon | Book Depository)

(14) Over The Rooftops Under The Moon by JonArno Lawson and Nahid Kazemi (Amazon | Book Depository)

Have you read any of these titles? Any other diverse book recommendations?

1 comment on “[BHE 464] An Ode To Diverse Picturebooks

  1. Oh, thank you for putting Where Happiness Begins on my radar. I need to read that one. I bet it’s a great companion to When Sadness Is at Your Door.

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