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Booklists:

Allen County (IN) Public Library Children's Services' Non-Traditional Gender Roles Booklist

American Library Association's Rainbow Project Bibliography (includes picture books)

Anti-Defamation League's Recommended Multicultural and Anti-Bias Books for Children - bullying titles

ADL's Recommended Multicultural and Anti-Bias Books for Children - LGBT discrimination titles

National Association for the Education of Young Children publication Children's Books that Break Gender Role Stereotypes

National Association for the Education of Young Children publication Missing: Picture Books Reflecting Gay and Lesbian Families

San Francisco Public Library's A Rainbow Celebration: Gays and Lesbians in Books for Children

Seattle Public Library's Bullying Books for Children

Award Winners (fiction and non-fiction, 2000-the present):

Anti-Bias Education for Young Children and Ourselves: by Louise Derman-Sparks, Julie Olsen Edwards.
The eagerly awaited successor to the influential Anti-Bias Curriculum! Become a skilled anti-bias teacher with this volume’s practical guidance to confronting and eliminating barriers of prejudice, misinformation, and bias about specific aspects of personal and social identity; most importantly, find tips for helping staff and children respect each other, themselves, and all people. Individual chapters focus on culture and language, racial identity, family structures, gender identity, economic class, different abilities, holidays, and more. (Paperback) $33.00.

 

And Tango Makes Three (2005) by Justin Richardson & Peter Parnell, illustrated by Henry Cole

Notable Books for Children 2006 (American Library Association); Notable Social Studies Trade Books 2006 (National Council for the Social Studies) – based on a true story

 

Families (2006) written and illustrated by Susan Kuklin

Notable Books for Children 2006 (American Library Association);

 

The Family Book (2003) by Todd Parr

Teacher’s Pick 2003 (Scholastic Parent and Child Magazine)

 

It's OK to be Different (current edition, 2009) by Todd Parr

National Parenting Publications Award (2001)

 

Mommy, Mama and Me (2009) by Leslea Newman, illustrated by Carol Thompson

Notable Books for Children 2010 (American Library Association)

 

The Manny Files (2006) by Christian Burch

Josette Frank Award 2007 (Bank Street College of Education)

 

Say Something (2004) by Peggy Moss, illustrated by Lea Lyon

Notable Social Studies Trade Books 2005 (National Council for the Social Studies)

 

Rufus the Scrub Does Not Wear a Tutu (2007) by Jamie McEwan, illustrated by John Margeson

Gryphon Honor 2008 (Center for Children's Books at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign)

 

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