What Should I Read?

The Katha Chest

by Radhiah Chowdhury; illustrated by Lavanya Naidu

Brown is Beautiful

by Supriya Kelkar; illustrated by Noor Sofi

My Town, Mi Pueblo

by Nicolas Solis; illustrated by Luisa Uribe

Marya Khan and the Incredible Henna Party

by Saadia Faruqi; illustrated by Ani Bushry

The Theft of Sunlight

by Intisar Khanani

The Wonders We Seek: Thirty Incredible Muslims Who Helped Shape the World

by Saadia Faruqi and Aneesa Mumtaz; illustrated by Saffa Khan


by Varsha Bajaj

Fry Bread: a Native American Family Story

by Noble Maillard; illustrated by Juana Martinez-Neal

Muhammad Najem, War Reporter: How One Boy Put the Spotlight on Syria

by Muhammad Najem and Nora Neus; illustrated by Julie Robine

Finding my Dance

by Ria Thundercloud; illustrations by Kalila J. Fuller

Celebrating Ramadan

by Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith; photographs by Laurence Migdale.

Yeh-Shen: a Cinderella Story from China

by Ai-Ling Louie; illustrated by Ed Young

Tisha and the Blossoms

by Wendy Meddour; illustrated by Daniel Egnéus.

A Gift for Amma: Market Day in India

by Meera Sriram and Mariona Cabassa.

A Letter for Leo

by Sergio Ruzzier.

A Tree is a Home

by Pamela Hickman and Zafouko Yamamoto.

A Walk in Paris

by Salvatore Rubbino.

All Are Welcome

by Alexandra Penfold and Suzanne Kaufman.

Angry Cookie

by Laura Dockrill; illustrated by Maria Karipidou.


by Cynthia Alonso.

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