Children’s / Teenage personal and social topics: Diversity and inclusion

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We Need Everyone

Everyone has a gift. Every gift is different, and every gift is special. Our world needs you to share your gift.

What is your gift? How can you use your gift to help others?

We Need Everyone empowers children ...

My Name Is Seepeetza

An honest look at life in an Indian residential school in the 1950s, and how one indomitable young spirit survived it — 30th anniversary edition.

Seepeetza loves living on Joyaska Ranch with her family. ...

#BlackInSchool

#BlackInSchool is Habiba Cooper Diallo’s high school journal, in which she documents, processes, and resists the systemic racism, microaggressions, stereotypes, and outright racism she experienced in ...

A Kid Is a Kid Is a Kid

In this companion to the enormously popular A Family Is a Family Is a Family, a group of kids share the silly questions they always hear, as well as the questions they would much rather be asked about ...

No Vacancy

Buying and moving into the run-down Jewel Motor Inn in upstate New York wasn’t eleven-year-old Miriam Brockman’s dream, but at least it’s an adventure. But when it becomes clear that only a miracle ...

If I Go Missing

Combining graphic fiction and non-fiction, this young adult graphic novel serves as a window into the unique dangers of being a girl from a racialized minority background. The text of the book is derived ...

This Place

Explore the past 150 years through the eyes of Indigenous creators in this groundbreaking graphic novel anthology. Beautifully illustrated, these stories are an emotional and enlightening journey through ...

Betty

“Betty’s tragic story seamlessly connects to the present day, and is a must read for young people. ”—Katherena Vermette, author

Helen Betty Osborne, known as Betty to her closest friends and family, ...

7 Generations

7 Generations: A Plains Cree Saga originally published as a four-part graphic novel series; Stone, Scars, Ends/Begins, and The Pact. This graphic novel follows one Plains Cree family from the early 19th ...

Nightwalker

After his guardian dies, Maurey is reduced from student to unpaid servant at his grammar school and bullied because of his black hair and eyes, which make him look as if he is related to the sorcerers ...