Recommendations for K-12 classrooms
- American Indians in Children's Literature
Blog by Debbie Reese
- CBC Diversity
Includes include links to relevant articles, book and illustrator spotlights, and posts by professionals in children’s book publishing.
- I'm Your Neighbor
Blog devoted children's books and reading projects for educators, librarians, and community organizations who seek to build bridges between new arrivals and long-term communities.
- Latin@s in Kid Lit
A blog about Latino/a literature for children, middle grade students, and young adults.
- Mitali's Fire Escape
blog by Mitali Perkins
- Paper Tigers Blog
Reviews of multicultural works for children. No longer being updated, but still a great archive for book reviews.
- The Brown Bookshelf
Showcases picture books, middle grade, and young adult novels written and illustrated by African Americans.
- The Classroom Bookshelf
Weekly posts on recently published books for children and young adults, with a strong focus on diverse literature. Each entry includes a book review, teaching ideas, and resources for further exploration.
- The Open Book
A blog by publisher Lee and Low.
- We Need Diverse Books
A campaign to bring awareness to the lack of diversity in children's and young adult literature.
- World Literature Today Blog
Articles and posts about books published around the world.
- Rich in Color
Focused on young adult fiction and non-fiction starring or written by people of color and people from First/Native Nations.
Guide originally created by Jennifer Hanson and revised by Karen Storz.
This list includes publishers with a significant emphasis on publishing multicultural and global literature.