Children’s Books to Combat Asian Racism

Children’s Books to Combat Asian Racism

The tragedy in Atlanta and the increase in hate crimes against Asian Americans over the past year have highlighted the need for educating ourselves and our children to combat Asian racism.  We have gathered a list of titles available at the library for caregivers to read with their families.   If you seek additional resources, please let our librarians know.  We are here to help.

When you trap a tiger by Keller, Tae
Where the mountain meets the moon by Lin, Grace.
A wish in the dark by Soontornvat, Christina
I dream of Popo by Blackburne, Livia
Eyes that kiss in the corners by Ho, Joanna
It began with a page : how Gyo Fujikawa drew the way by Maclear, Kyo
I really want to see you, Grandma by Gomi, Tarō
Drawn together by Lê, Minh
A big mooncake for Little Star by Lin, Grace
My footprints by Phi, Bao
The paper kingdom by Rhee, Helena Ku
The most beautiful thing by Yang, Kao Kalia
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