Weekend Links

Weekend Links: books celebrating diverse families

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Welcome to Weekend Links! This is my chance to share the latest-and-the-greatest in the book-ish discoveries I have found during the past week. This week I am thrilled to report that I noticed many wonderful booklists and books celebrating diverse families. Enjoy!

Allie at No Time for Flashcards shared a wonderful booklist of Picture Book Biographies Of Brave Girls and Women You Should Read To Your Sons and Daughters

picture book biographies
One of my favorites, The Logonauts, has a great list of family diversity books

family diversity books
I love this list from Wonderbaby about books that feature visually impaired characters!

books featuring visually impaired characters

Erica ta What do we Do All Day has a great chapter book booklist on diverse families.

diversity chapter books

Dania at La Familia Cool has a great blog post  about The American Latino: Everything You Need to Know

Nice Image of a young latino Actress with Bowler hat
Nice Image of a young latino Actress with Bowler hat

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