Great Multicultural Fiction for Children
Fiction set in the United States and around the world with characters of different ethnicities.
Noi, who lives in a little Thai village, wants to be an artist more than anything, but money is tight.
Tree-ear, an orphan in medieval Korea, longs to learn how to be a potter and throw delicate celadon ceramics.
A powerful story set in modern-day Ethiopia about two girls who must overcome prejudice to survive.
While this Jewish family bakes their favorite apple strudel, they tell wonderful stories about their ancestors.
8-year-old Aref, about to move to Michigan, spends his last week in Oman doing everything he loves.
Alfa and his family struggle for rent money, food, and their dignity as they participate in the Montgomery bus boycott.
Kenny and his family visit Alabama during the summer of 1963 and find themselves changed forever by tragedy and violence.
Twelve-year-old Sumiko and her Japanese-American family are relocated from their flower farm in California to an internment camp in Arizona.