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POC on the Cover

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Picture Books with People of Color on the Cover

 

Big Box of Shapes by Wiley Blevins

  • Pub Date: 2016
  • See also: Imagination 
  • Two kids imagine what some shapes could be. 

 

One Word From Sophia by Jim Averbeck

  • Pub Date: 2015
  • See also: Manners 
  • Sophia tries to convince her family to let her get a pet giraffe. 

 

Hank's Big Day by Evan Kuhlman

  • Pub Date: 2016
  • Hank is a bug who likes to play with his friend Amelia, a human girl. 

 

City Shapes by Diana Murray

  • Pub Date: 2016
  • See also: City Life, Taking a Walk
  • A girl takes a walk through her city looking for shapes in what she sees. 

 

Last Stop on Market Street by Matt de la Pena

 

Lola Plants a Garden by Anna McQuinn

  • Pub Date: 2014
  • Part of a series

 

How to Find a Fox by Nilah Magruder

  • Pub Date: 2016
  • See also: Nature
  • A little girl explores nature.

 

City Green by Dianne DiSalvo-Ryan

 

Rosie and Crayon by Deborah Marcero

  • Pub Date: 2017
  • See also: Emotions
  • Uses descriptive language to share Rosie's happy times with her pet and her sadness when her pet dies.

 

Green Green by Marie and Baldev Lambda

  • Pub Date: 2017
  • See also: Cooperation
  • A diverse community works together to turn a vacant lot into a community garden. 

 

First Day of Winter by Denise Fleming

  • Pub Date: 2005
  • See also: Winter
  • A snowman comes alive.

 

I Had a Favorite Dress by Boni Ashburn

  • Pub Date: 2011
  • See also: Reuse/Recycle
  • A little girl's dress becomes something new every time she outgrows it thanks to her mom's sewing skills. 

 

It's Tough to Lose Your Balloon by Jarrett Krosoczka

  • Pub Date: 2015
  • See also: Emotions
  • Explores childhood frustrations and encourages kids to look on the bright side. 

 

The Thing Lou Couldn't Do by Ashley Spires

  • Pub Date: 2017
  • See also: Perseverance 
  • Lou can't climb a tree. She tries to avoid the problem, but eventually she takes on the challenge.

 

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