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Mixed-Race Reads: Feed Your Child's Mind

It has not been easy trying to find books that are especially for mixed-race children, over the next few months we will be searching high and low to bring you the best out there .

Escape From Witch Castel by Sarah Gregory Escape From Witch Castle
Sarah Gregory

A reading tool to help make family mealtimes a fun and happy experience for both parent and child. Join Thomas, and his sisters, Amelie, Edith and Agnes on their quest to an exciting new land, making new friends along the way. More...
Gregory Cool by Caroline Binch Gregory Cool
Caroline Binch

An interesting tale to help children see there are fun things to do on a caribbean island where nature and their imagination are the only things needed. More...
The Great Big Book Of Families by Mary Hoffman & Ros Asquith The Great Big Book Of Families
Mary Hoffman & Ros Asquith

A look through children's eyes at the wide varieties of family life: from homes, food, ways of celebrating, schools and holidays to getting around, jobs and housework, from extended families, languages and hobbies to pets and family trees. More...
We Are Britain by Benjamin Zephaniah & Prodeepta Das We Are Britain
Benjamin Zephaniah & Prodeepta Das

A new poetry collection from Benjamin Zephaniah, celebrating the diversity of British society. A unique portrait of British children with 12 poems, each one about a child in his or her home environment. More...
Grace At Christmas by Mary Hoffman, Cornelius van Wright & Ying-Hwa Hu Grace At Christmas
Mary Hoffman, Cornelius van Wright & Ying-Hwa Hu

In these times of families sharing smaller and smaller spaces, Grace At Christmas shows children the real meaning of Christmas spirit and is a great way to introduce your child to the wonders of sharing. More...
P Is For Poland by Agnieszka Mrowczynska & Prodeepta Das P Is For Poland
Agnieszka Mrowczynska & Prodeepta Das

From Amber to Chopin, from Borsch to Vistula, this photographic alphabet celebrates everything Polish people love best about Poland. More...
Petar's Song by Pratima Mitchell & Caroline Binch Petar's Song
Pratima Mitchell & Caroline Binch

Petar is so sad that he can no longer play his music - until one day a song of peace, spring and new beginnings starts to form in his head… More...
Pea Boy and other stories from Iran by Elizabeth Laird & Shirin Adl Pea Boy and other stories from Iran
Elizabeth Laird & Shirin Adl

During her travels, Elizabeth Laird has gathered a wealth of stories, and here she retells, in her own inimitable style, some of Iran's best, with delightfully offbeat illustrations from Shirin Adl. More...
Wait And See Tony Bradman & Eileen Browne

Wait And See
Tony Bradman & Eileen Browne

Jo learns the value of money both in what it can buy and what happens when you save it. This should be one of the first books all children read with their parents. More...

In A Minute Tony Bradman & Eileen Browne In A Minute
Tony Bradman & Eileen Browne

Jo learns about time and waiting when she goes with her parents and her friend Sita to the park. A must for parents who want their children to appreciate all the colours of the world. More...
All The Colours Of The Earth by Wendy Cooling All The Colours Of The Earth
Wendy Cooling

All around the world children play, talk and sing together. The poems in All Around The World show what children share as well as reflecting the differences and similiarities in their lives and the need to protect the world. More...
Not So Fast Songololo by Niki Daly Not So Fast Songololo
Niki Daly

Grandmother and grandson enjoy a leisurely stroll around the busy African city, ending with a special reward for Songololo, for helping Gogo so well. More...
Acker Backa Boo by Opul Dunn Acker Backa Boo
Opul Dunn

A fascinating collection of rhymes and games from all over the world, which helps children develop socially and emotionally whilst having fun.
Charming illustrations, featuring an international cast of characters, capture all the joyful spirit of children at play. More...
Amazons! Warrior Women Of The World by Sally Pomme Clayton Amazons! Warrior Women Of The World
Sally Pomme Clayton

Powerful retellings of strong woman stories from all over the world will inspire and stir your soul, and her action pages will help you to be a 21st-century Amazon. More...
A Is For Africa by Ifeoma Onyefulu A Is For Africa
Ifeoma Onyefulu

From Beads to Drums to Masquerades, from Grandmother to Yams, this photographic alphabet captures the rhythms of day-to-day village life in Africa. More...
C Is For China by Sungwan So C Is For China
Sungwan So

A stunning photographic book, capturing the rhythms of day-to-day life in China. Colourful portraits of Chinese culture, craft and custom make this informative, enlightening and entertaining. More...
B Is For Bangladesh by Urmi Rahman B Is For Bangladesh
Urmi Rahman

In this photographic alphabet, the author introduces young readers to some of the customs, religion and culture - both ancient and modern - that make up this newly-formed, densely-populated country whose life-blood is the Bay of Bengal. More...
P Is For Pakistan by Shazia Razzak P Is For Pakistan
Shazia Razzak

Iintroducing young readers to some of the customs, religions and cultures - both ancient and modern and focusing on both city and country life, this is a celebration of Pakistan in all its aspects, from dhobi to jasmine, from hijab to water buffalo. More...
Silver Shoes by Caroline Binch Silver Shoes
Caroline Binch

Molly loves to dance and she desperately wants some silver shoes to wear to her first dance class. But her mum says she has to wait and see if she likes the classes first. Nearly all the other girls are wearing silver shoes. To make things worse, Molly's best friend is one of them! More...
Princess Katrina And The Hair Charmer by Christina Shingler Princess Katrina And The Hair Charmer
Christina Shingler

For Princess Katrina, every day is a bad hair day. She's never known a princess with hair as difficult as hers! But this is a fairy tale... A story for girls with impossible curls. More...
Let's Feed The Ducks by Pamela Venus Let's Feed The Ducks
Pamela Venus

Max takes a trip with his dad, up the hill, past the playground, down the hill, through the market, around the corner by the pet shop and even further than that. Just to make sure the ducks get their dinner. More...
Boots For A Bridesmaid by Verna Allette Wilkins & Pamela Venus Boots For A Bridesmaid
Verna Allette Wilkins & Pamela Venus

When Nicky's Aunt Flora asks her to be a bridesmaid, Nicky agrees. But she isn't very happy about it. She doesn't like frilly dresses and she suffers from hay fever. However, with her mother's help, it all goes well. Everyone has great fun. More...
Time To Get Up by Gill McLean

Time To Get Up
Gill McLean

When there's a new baby in the house, parents somehow get by with very little sleep. Anna's dad isn't at his best after a disturbed night, but he know he has to get himself and Anna to school on time. He can't understand why she's in no rush... More...

Amy Hodgepodge: Happy Birthday To Me by Kim Wayans & Kevin Knotts Amy Hodgepodge - Happy Birthday To Me
Kim Wayans & Kevin Knotts

Amy's tenth birthday is just around the corner and she is planning her first ever sleepover but when her friends win tickets to a sold out concert Amy doesn't have the heart to tell them their the only people she invited. Will anyone turn up? More...
Amy Hodgepodge - All Mixed Up by Kim Wayans & Kevin Knotts Amy Hodgepodge - All Mixed Up
Kim Wayans & Kevin Knotts

Amy Hodges is excited to start fourth grade but on her first day she gets teased not only because she is new, but also because she looks different. More...
Brendan Buckley's Universe And Everything In It by Sundee Frazier Brendan Buckley's Universe And Everything In It
Sundee T. Frazier

When Ten-year-old Brendan Buckley meets his long absent grandfather who his mom refuses to talk about or see he has to find out why his grandfather lives so close, and yet has never been to his house. More...
My Two Grannies by Floella Benjamin

My Two Grannies
Floella Benjamin

Sometimes family relationships can be hard work but to children the solutions are often quite simple. This is a wonderful book for children who have family members from different parts of the world or with differnt cultures. More...

Happy Birthday Lulu by Caroline Uff

Happy Birthday Lulu
Caroline Uff

It's Lulu's birthday. Help her make biscuits, blow up balloons and get ready for her party. Happy Birthday Lulu! More...

Lulu's Holiday by Caroline Uff

Lulu's Holiday
Caroline Uff

Come to the seaside with Lulu and paddle in the sea, build sandcastles and eat ice cream for tea!More...

Welcome Kim Lee by Maria Lisa Hartgrove

Welcome Kim Lee
Maria Lisa Hartgrove

Elliot helps his mom prepare a welcome party for his new cousin Kim Lee and learns what it means to have an adopted member of the family. A great resource for introducing young children to adoption. More...

Elliot Wants A Puppy - Maria Lisa Hartgrove

Elliot Wants A Puppy
Maria Lisa Hartgrove

Elliot wants a puppy and promises his mother that he can take care of him. Then Elliott's mum come up with an idea that will help him understand just how much responsibility is involved in looking after a pet. More...

Oscar's Half Birthday

Oscar's Half Birthday
Bob Graham

The kitchen window at Nanna and Poppy’s house is, for one little girl, a magic gateway. Her story is a voyage of discovery and a celebration of the commonplace wonders that define a mixed-race childhood. More...

The Hello Goodbye Window

The Hello Goodbye Window
Norman Juster & Chris Raschka

The kitchen window at Nanna and Poppy’s house is, for one little girl, a magic gateway. Her story is a voyage of discovery and a celebration of the commonplace wonders that define a mixed-race childhood. More...

Where's Gran

Where's Gran
David Rhys

Joe and his family go shopping and mum warns the children not to get lost. After only a few minutes, Gran goes missing. A rhythmically funny story about a mixed-race family's day out. More...

Billy and Belle

Billy and Belle
Sarah Garland

A wonderful tale about the arrival of a new baby into a happy mixed-race family. More...

That's My Mum

That's My Mum
Henriette Barkow & Derek Brazell

Mia and Kai are friends. They're both fed up because people don't think that their mothers are really their mothers. More...

Through My Window

Through My Window
Tony Bradman & Eileen Browne

Jo is ill and has to stay in bed for the day, but her mum promises to bring her home a surprise to make her feel better. All day long Jo looks out of the window waiting for her mum to return. But when will Mum be back with her surprise for Jo? More...

Remember Me Achievements Of Mixed-Race People Past & Present

Remember Me
Asher & Martin Hoyles

Thirty short biographies of mixed-race people past and present and their achievements makes for an uplifting read. More...

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