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  1. page New Additions edited Jafa, Manorama | Hoshina, Konomi (illustrator) | 2013 My mother taught me origami This is the st…
    Jafa, Manorama | Hoshina, Konomi (illustrator) | 2013
    My mother taught me origami
    This is the story of little Niko, a girl of Indo-Japanese origin, who lives with her sister Minu, her Indian father, and Japanese mother. The book narrates how Niko's mother teaches her and her sister the art of origami. (From Amazon.com)
    (Added to: Multiracial)

    Thong, Roseanne Greenfield | Parra, John (illustrator) | 2013
    Round is a tortilla: A book of shapes
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  2. page Multiracial edited ... Two Mrs. Gibsons The biracial daughter of an African American father and a Japanese mother fo…
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    Two Mrs. Gibsons
    The biracial daughter of an African American father and a Japanese mother fondly recalls growing up with her mother and her father's mother, two very different but equally loving women.
    Mora, PatJafa, Manorama | Parra, JohnHoshina, Konomi (illustrator) | 2009
    Gracias thanks
    A young multiracial boy celebrates family, friendship, and fun by telling about some
    2013
    My mother taught me origami
    This is the story
    of little Niko, a girl of Indo-Japanese origin, who lives with her sister Minu, her Indian father, and Japanese mother. The book narrates how Niko's mother teaches her and her sister the everyday things for which he is grateful.art of origami. (From Amazon.com)
    Juster, Norton | Raschka, Chris (illustrator) | 2005
    The hello, goodbye window
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    Sourpuss and Sweetie Pie
    Nanna and Poppy aren't always sure who their granddaughter will be when she comes over for a visit: Sourpuss? Sweetie Pie? Both at once? She can change in the blink of an eye. (From the jacket flap)
    Mora, Pat | Parra, John (illustrator) | 2009
    Gracias thanks
    A young multiracial boy celebrates family, friendship, and fun by telling about some of the everyday things for which he is grateful.

    Munsch, Robert | Martchenko, Michael (illustrator) | 2002
    More pies!
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Wednesday, July 17

Monday, June 24

  1. page General People Of Color edited ... Dinosaurs after dark Sleepless Bobby hears noise outside his bedroom window, and when he foll…
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    Dinosaurs after dark
    Sleepless Bobby hears noise outside his bedroom window, and when he follows it into the city he finds some dinosaurs to play with.
    Munsch, Robert | Martchenko, Michael (illustrator) | 2002
    More pies!
    Samuel wakes up hungry and nothing satisfies him. Luckily, there's a pie eating contest in the park, where Samuel eats six pies: chuka chuka chomp! To everyone's surprise, he wins the contest without turning green and falling under the table. But what will happen when he discovers that his mother has made him yet another pie for lunch?

    Robert, Na'ima | Cavallini, Valentina (illustrator) | 2012
    Going to Mecca
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  2. page Asian, Pacific Islander & Asian American edited Ashman, Linda | Robinson, Christian (illustrator) | 2013 Rain! As an old man grumbles his way …

    Ashman, Linda | Robinson, Christian (illustrator) | 2013
    Rain!
    As an old man grumbles his way through a rainy morning, spreading gloom, his neighbor, a young child, spreads cheer while hopping through puddles in frog-themed rainwear.
    (Note: This book appears on multiple lists!)

    Choung, Eun-hee | 2008
    Minji's salon
    While Minji's mother visits her local salon, Minji creates a world of beauty all her own. An ode to the power of children's imagination (and their parents' patience), Minji's Salon reminds readers that creativity and play are worldwide phenomena.
    Emmett, Jonathan | Jobling, Curtis (illustrator) | 2001
    Dinosaurs after dark
    Sleepless Bobby hears noise outside his bedroom window, and when he follows it into the city he finds some dinosaurs to play with.
    (note: because of the ambiguity of the origin of the protagonist of this book, this title appears on more than one list!)

    Farmer, Addy | Littlewood, Karin (illustrator) | 2009
    Siddharth and Rinki
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    One leaf rides the wind
    In this collection of haiku poems, a young girl walks through a Japanese garden and discovers many delights, from one leaf to ten stone lanterns. Includes notes about Japanese religion and philosophy.
    Munsch, Robert | Martchenko, Michael (illustrator) | 2002
    More pies!
    Samuel wakes up hungry and nothing satisfies him. Luckily, there's a pie eating contest in the park, where Samuel eats six pies: chuka chuka chomp! To everyone's surprise, he wins the contest without turning green and falling under the table. But what will happen when he discovers that his mother has made him yet another pie for lunch?
    *Note: There is no indicator as to the racial or ethnic background of the main character - so this book appears in more than one list!

    Nayar, Nandini | Roy, Proiti (illustrator) | 2007
    What should I make?
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  3. page home edited ... Latino/Latina Multiracial General (Where the origin of the protagonists is ambiguous) Pic…
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    Latino/Latina
    Multiracial
    General (Where the origin of the protagonists is ambiguous)
    Picture books with a racially diverse cast of characters
    Infants and toddlers (Birth to age 2)
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  4. page General People Of Color edited ... Rain! As an old man grumbles his way through a rainy morning, spreading gloom, his neighbor, …
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    Rain!
    As an old man grumbles his way through a rainy morning, spreading gloom, his neighbor, a young child, spreads cheer while hopping through puddles in frog-themed rainwear.
    Emmett, Jonathan | Jobling, Curtis (illustrator) | 2001
    Dinosaurs after dark
    Sleepless Bobby hears noise outside his bedroom window, and when he follows it into the city he finds some dinosaurs to play with.

    Robert, Na'ima | Cavallini, Valentina (illustrator) | 2012
    Going to Mecca
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  5. page African American, African & Caribbean edited ... I had a favorite dress My favorite dress is the bestest dress. But even special dresses can't…
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    I had a favorite dress
    My favorite dress is the bestest dress. But even special dresses can't last forever. Neither can favorite scarves, or favorite bows. Whenever it looks like my favorite thing is gone for good, I ask my mama what to do. She always knows just how to fix up my old favorite into something new... (from the front jacket flap)
    Ashman, Linda | Robinson, Christian (illustrator) | 2013
    Rain!
    As an old man grumbles his way through a rainy morning, spreading gloom, his neighbor, a young child, spreads cheer while hopping through puddles in frog-themed rainwear.
    (Note: This book appears on multiple lists!)

    Asim, Jabari | Pham, LeUyen (illustrator) | 2006
    (infant/toddler book)
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    Growing vegetable soup
    A father and child grow vegetables and then make them into soup.
    Emmett, Jonathan | Jobling, Curtis (illustrator) | 2001
    Dinosaurs after dark
    Sleepless Bobby hears noise outside his bedroom window, and when he follows it into the city he finds some dinosaurs to play with.
    (note: because of the ambiguity of the origin of the protagonist of this book, this title appears on more than one list!)

    Evans, Shane W. | 2009
    Olu's dream
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    Lullaby (For a Black Mother)
    Originally from The Collected Poems of Langston Hughes.
    (infant/toddler book)
    Hughes, Langston | Smith Jr. Charles R. | 2009
    My people
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  6. page General People Of Color edited General: People of Color Ashman, Linda | Robinson, Christian (illustrator) | 2013 Rain! As an o…
    General: People of Color
    Ashman, Linda | Robinson, Christian (illustrator) | 2013
    Rain!
    As an old man grumbles his way through a rainy morning, spreading gloom, his neighbor, a young child, spreads cheer while hopping through puddles in frog-themed rainwear.
    Robert, Na'ima | Cavallini, Valentina (illustrator) | 2012
    Going to Mecca
    Join one Muslim family as they travel from the West to Mecca, to perform the sacred pilgrimage, the Hajj. (From front jacket flap).

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