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Christopher Paul Curtis’s ‘Madman of Piney Woods’

The Madman of Piney Woods by Christopher Paul Curtis. In a small Canadian town in 1901, boys from very different backgrounds meet, bond and solve a mystery together.

March: Book Three: National Book Award Winner by John Lewis

First Book mixes market forces and philanthropy to help poor children

National clearinghouse provides new books to poor kids and is expanding to food, clothing and supplies.

An Olympic Dream by Reinhard Kleist: “ The remarkable story of Somali Olympian Samia Yusuf Omar”

African-American Read-In: “The purpose of the African American Read-In is that we want to take a little time to focus on the African American Community--books by, for and about African-Americans.”

34 YA Novels With A POC Protagonist You Have To Read

34 YA Novels With A POC Protagonist You Have To Read Official site of the #WeNeedDiverseBooks Campaign

12 Amazing YA Books By Latino Authors You Wont Be Able To Put Down

Catching a Storyfish by Janice Harrington, a novel in verse about moving and belonging