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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.
|Poetry||From the Bellybutton of the Moon, and Other Summer Poems/Del Ombligo de la Luna, y Otros Poemas de Verano||Alarcon, Francisco X. and Gonzalez, Maya Christina||Pending Title [?]|
|Poetry||Maples in the Mist: Poems for Children from the Tang Dynasty||Ho, Minfong and Jean and Tseng, Mou-Sien||Pending Title [?]|
|Poetry||The Tree Is Older Than You Are: A Bilingual Gathering of Poems and Stories From Mexico with Paintings By Mexican Artists||Nye, Naomi Shihab|
|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|
|Young People's Fiction||Mirandy and Brother Wind||Mckissack, Patricia C. and Pinkney, Jerry||Pending Title [?]|
|Young People's Fiction||Tar Beach||Ringgold, Faith||Pending Title [?]|
|Young People's Fiction||Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry||Taylor, Mildred D.|
|Young People's Fiction||Justin and the Best Biscuits in the World||Walter, Mildred Pitts|
|Young People's Fiction||Morning on the Lake||Waboose, Jan Bourdeau|
|Young People's Fiction||The Rainbow People||Yep, Laurence|
|Young People's Fiction||The Friends||Yumoto, Kazumi||Pending Title [?]|
|Young People's Fiction||Oh, Freedom! Kids Talk About the Civil Rights Movement with the People Who Made It Happen||King, Casey and Osborne, Linda Barrett|
|Young People's Fiction||Quilted Landscapes: Conversations with Young Immigrants||Strom, Yale|
|Young People's Fiction||Shades of Black: A Celebration of Our Children||Pinkney, Sandra L.|
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