RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS

Affirming Diversity Through Democratic Conversation by Victoria Fu, Ph:EI. (Prentice HaIL 2002)

Alike and Different: Exploring Our Humanity with Young Children by Bonnie Neugebauer (NAEYC, 1992)

Anti-Bias Curriculum: Tools for Empowering Young Children by the ABC Task Force Staff and Louise Derman-Sparks (NAEYC, 1989)

Celebrate! An Anti-Bias Guide to Enjoying Holidays in Early Childhood Programs by Julie Bisson (Redleaf, 1997)

Future Vision, Present Work: Learning From the Culturally Relevant Anti-Bias Leadership Project by Louise Derman-Sparks et al. (Redleaf, 1998)

Roots & Wings: Affirming Culture in Early Childhood Settings by Stacey L. York (Redleaf, 1991)

Teaching/Learning Anti-Racism: A Developmental Approach by Carol B. Phillips and Louise Derman-Sparks (Teachers College Press, 1997) by Patricia G. Ramsey (Teachers College Press, 1998)

Vivian Gussin Paley's books such as: White Teacher, Wally's Stories, The Boy Who Would Be a Helicopter, and You Can't Say You Can't Play

CHILDREN'S BOOKS

A Place for Grace by Jean Okimoto (Sasquatch, 1996)

All the Better to See You With by Margaret Wild (Albert Whitman, 1993)

All the Colors We Are: The StoT of How We Get Cur Skin Color by Katie Kissinger (RedLeaf, 1994)

Amazing Grace by Mary Hoffman (Penguin Putnam, 1991)

The Araboolies of Liberty Street by Sam Swope (Sunburst, 2001)

Be Good to Eddie Lee by Virginia Fleming (Penguin Putnam, 1997)

Bein' With You This Way by W. Nikola-Lisa (Lee & Low, 1995)

Did My First Mother Love Me? A Story for an Adopted Child by Kathryn M. Miller (Morning Glory, 1994)

Families Are Different by Nina Pellegrini (Holiday House, 1991)

Father Gander Nursery Rhymes for the Nineteen Nineties: The Alternative Mother Goose by Father Gander (Oleander, 1989)

Friends in the Park by Rochelle Bunnett (Checkerboard, 1993)

Happy Adoption Day by John McCutcheon (Turtleback, 2001)

Heather Has Two Mommies by Leslea Newman (Alyson, 2000)

The Land of Many Colors* by the Klamath County YMCA FamiLy Preschool (Scholastic Inc.)

Mama Zooms* by Jane Cowen-Fletcher (Scholastic Inc.)

Now One Foot, Now the Other by Tomie dePaola (Penguin Putnam, 1981)

Penny and the Four Questions* by Nancy Krulik (Scholastic Inc.)

Remember Me by Margaret Wild (Albert Whitman, 1995)

Roxaboxen by Alice McLerran (Penguin Putnam, 1992)

The Paper Crane by Molly Garrett Bang (HarperCollins, 1985)

Tucking Mommy In* by Morag Loh (Scholastic Inc.)

We Are All Alike ... We Are All Different* by The Cheltenham Elementary School Kindergartners (Scholastic Inc.)

Welcoming Babies by Margy B. Knight (Turtleback, 2001)

When I Am Old With You* by Angela Johnson (Scholastic Inc.)

Why Am I Different? by Norma Simon (Albert Whitman, 1993)

William's Doll by Charlotte Zolotow (HarperCollins, 1972)

Willie Was Different by Norman Rockwell (Random House, 1997)

VIDEOS

FOR PROFESSIONALS:

Culture and Education of Young Children: A Discussion with Carol Phillips from NAEYC (naeyc.org)

Start Seeing Diversity: The Basic Guide to an Anti-Bias Classroom by Ellen Wolpert for the Committee for Boston Public Housing from Gryphon House (gryphonhouse.com) 

FOR CHILDREN:

Families of the World from Master's Communications Inc. (familiesoftheworld.com)

That's a Family from Women's Educational Media (womedia.org)

*To order, call 800-SCHOLASTIC.