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7 Books That Teach Kids About Diversity

These books help kids understand that even though people look different on the outside, we’re all the same on the inside.
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Mostly Monsterly by Tammi Sauer

Bernadette is mostly monsterly, like her family and friends. But in Monster Moves Class, when everyone else is practicing lurching, Bernadette wants a group hug. And sometimes she likes to bake, pet kittens, and pick flowers (not very monsterly!). This story is great for starting a discussion about differences—and being yourself.

Ages 4 to 8. Find it here.

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