Our Anti-bias Book Collection

Our library is filled with a wide assortment of wonderful books, but we have a particularly well-stocked selection of titles that support the goals of anti-bias education for young children.

To Be a Kid, Maya Ajmera and John D. Ivanko
Be My Neighbor, Maya Ajmera and John D. Ivanko
Some Dogs Do, Jez Albrough
The Fortune-Tellers, Lloyd Alexander
Up in the Tree, Margaret Atwood
We're Going on a Lion Hunt, David Axtell
My Daddy is A Pretzel, Baron Baptise
Jungle Drums, Graeme Base
I Like Myself, Karen Beaumont
A Ride on Mother's Back, Emery & Durga Bernhard
No Place for a Pig, Suzanne Bloom
Ruby's Wish, Shirin Yim Bridges
My Dad, Anthony Browne
The First Strawberries, Joseph Bruchac
Grandma's Purple Flowers, Adjoa J. Burrowes
Something Else, Kathryn Cave
The Amazing Love Story of Mr. Mork, Carol Cneuf
So Much, Trish Cooke
Books to Grow With: a Guide to Using the Best Children's Fiction
for Everyday Issues and Tough Challenges, Cheryl Coon
Magic Tools for Raising Kids, Elizabeth Crary
The Art of Awareness: How Observation can Transform Your Teaching, Deb Curtis& Margie Carter
King & King, Linda deHaan & Stern Nijland
Desert: Around The Clock with the Animals of the Desert, DK Publishing
Signs in our World, DK Publishing
Everybody Cooks Rice, Norah Dooley
Isla, Arthur Dorros
The Baby on the Way, Karen English
Tough Borris, Mem Fox
Whoever you Are, Mem Fox
The Lotus Seed, Sherry Garland
Lucha Libre, Xavier Garza
Elena's Serenade, Campbell Geeslin
Rice is Life, Rita Golden Gelman
You Don' t Need Words, Ruth Belov Gross
The Night Pirates, Peter Harris
Goodbye Mousie, Robie H. Harris
Owen & Mzee- The True Story of a Remarkable Friendship, Isabella Hatkoff, Craig Hatkoff, Dr. Paula Kahumbu
Jitterbug Jam: A Monster Tale, Barbara Jean Hicks
Duck & Goose, Tad Hills
Peek! A Thai Hide and Seek, Minfong Ho
Amazing Grace, Mary Hoffman
Scribbleville , Peter Holwitz
Happy to be Nappy, bell hooks.
Be Boy Buzz, bell hooks.
Skin Again, bell hooks.
Two Mrs. Gibsons, Toyomi Igus
What a Family, Rachel Isadora
Earth Mother, Ellen Jackson
The Road to Mumbai, Ruth Jayaveeran
Papa, Do you Love Me?, Barbara M. Joosse
The Colors of US, Karen Katz.
Pretend Soup, Mollie Katzen
Snowy Day, Ezra Jack Keats
Peter's Chair, Ezra Jack Keats
Goggles, Ezra Jack Keats
You and Me Together: Moms, Dad, and Kids Around the World, Barbara Kerley
The Frog Princess- A Tlingit Legend from Alaska, Eric Kimmel
Raising Cain: Protecting the Emotional Life of Boys, Dan Kindlon, Ph. D. & Michael Thompson, Ph. D.
Kingfisher First Encyclopedia, Kingfisher Publishing
The Lotus Seed, Tatsuro Kiuchi
Rabbit Mooncakes, Hoong Lee Yee Krakauer
We're Riding on a Caravan- An Adventure on the Silk Raod, Laurie Krebs
Pink Paper Swans, Virginia Kroll
My First Signs, Annie Kubler
Raising Your Spirited Child, Mary Sheedy Kurcinka
Dinosaurs, David Lambert
Tom Mouse, Ursula K. LeGuin
Your Baby and Child: Fro Birth to age Five, Penelope Leach
Noodle, Munro Leaf
While we were Out, Ho Baek Lee
In the Park, Huy Voun Lee
Jingle Dancer, Cynthia Leitch-Smith
Let's Talk About Race, Julius Lester
Tiger, Tiger, Dee Lillegard
What is a Scientist, Barbara Lehn
Fortune Cookie Fortunes, Grace Lin
Fish is Fish, Leo Lionai
Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder, Richard Louv
Countdown to Kindergarten, Alison McGhee