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Bookshare is pleased to offer the following titles from The National Education Association's list of Multicultural Books Every Child Should Read.
|Fiction||Bud, Not Buddy||Curtis, Christopher Paul|
|Fiction||Halmoni and the Picnic||Choi, Sook Nyul|
|Fiction||My Name Is María Isabel||Ada, Alma Flor and Cerro, Ana M.|
|Fiction||Now Is Your Time!||Myers, Walter Dean|
|Non-Fiction||American Indian Animal Stories||Bruchac, Joseph||Pending Title [?]|
|Non-Fiction||Drumbeat. Heartbeat: A Celebration of the Powwow||Braine, Susan||Pending Title [?]|
|Non-Fiction||The Birchbark House (Little Frog Series #1)||Erdrich, Louise|
|Non-Fiction||The Journey: Japanese Americans, Racism and Renewal||Hamanaka, Sheila||Pending Title [?]|
|Non-Fiction||Family Pictures / Cuadros de Familia||Garza, Carmen Lomas|
|Non-Fiction||Celebrating Families||Hausherr, Rosmarie|
|Non-Fiction||Giving Thanks: A Native American Good Morning Message||Jr. Jr. and Swamp, Jake and Printup, Erwin||Pending Title [?]|
|Non-Fiction||What's The Most Beautiful Thing You Know About Horses?||Littlechild, George and Camp, Richard Van||Pending Title [?]|
|Non-Fiction||Through My Eyes||Lundell, Margo and Bridges, Ruby|
|Young People's Fiction||Golden Tales: Myths, Legends and Folktales from Latin America||Delacre, Lulu||Pending Title [?]|
|Young People's Fiction||Grandfather Counts||Cheng, Andrea|
|Young People's Fiction||Abuela||Dorros, Arthur|
|Young People's Fiction||Hairs / Pelitos||Cisneros, Sandra|
|Young People's Fiction||John Henry||Lester, Julius and Pinkney, Jerry||Pending Title [?]|
|Young People's Fiction||The People Could Fly: American Black Folktales||Hamilton, Virginia|
|Young People's Fiction||Baseball Saved Us||Mochizuki, Ken|
|Young People's Fiction||Honey, I Love||Greenfield, Eloise|
|Young People's Fiction||The Good Luck Cat||Leedy, Paul D. and Harjo, Joy||Pending Title [?]|
|Young People's Fiction||The People Shall Continue||Ortiz, Simon J. and Graves, Sharol||Pending Title [?]|
|Young People's Fiction||Wings||Myers, Christopher A.|
|Young People's Fiction||Esperanza Rising||Ryan, Pam Muñoz|
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