Diversity

Diversity

The books in this collection are representative of the diverse world we live in. These stories celebrate an array of cultures, religions and traditions.

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In a small New Hampshire town, two teenagers from vastly different backgrounds find their future dreams challenged by family trauma and racism.

Happy Birthday to Me

How does it feel to turn a year older? A child runs through a spectrum of emotions on the best day of the year, their birthday!

Malaika, Carnival Queen

Malaika learns about her father, who came to Canada as a migrant farm worker when she was just a baby and who shared her love of carnival.

Mi amiga

Una historia sobre la importancia de la amistad en la vida de una niña inmigrante.

Mnoomin maan'gowing / The Gift of Mnoomin

In this bilingual book, an Anishinaabe child explores the story of a precious mnoomin seed and the circle of life mnoomin sustains.

Momma's Going to March

We’re going to a peaceful protest because … Momma’s going to march!

Morris Micklewhite and the Tangerine Dress

Morris is a little boy who loves using his imagination. But most of all, Morris loves his classroom’s dress-up center and its tangerine dress.

My Friend

A story about the importance of friendship in the life of an immigrant child, from acclaimed creators Elisa Amado and Alfonso Ruano.

My Mother Was a Nanny

A girl longs for her mother’s attention. But Mummy is always busy helping everyone else and their children!

My Name Is Seepeetza

An honest look at life in an Indian residential school in the 1950s, and how one indomitable young spirit survived it — 30th anniversary edition.

My Winter City

A boy, his father and their dog have a perfect day in a snowy city, illustrated by Governor General's Literary Award winner Gary Clement.

ninitohtênân / We Listen

The third book in the Nôhkom series, in Cree and English, tells a story about gathering leaves for Labrador tea, while listening in different ways.