Biracial books showing 1-50 of 406 the girl who fell from the sky (hardcover) by. Durrow (goodreads author) (shelved 15 times as biracial) avg rating 3. 61 26,944 ratings published 2010 want to read saving want to read. hearing or reading those stories builds a love of books and can help grow their self-esteem. What books that feature biracial children do you have in your collection? Id love to know your favorites! Related reading. As parents of girls, we advocate for books that show girls accomplishing goals, exploring, educating others, etc. It is a top priority to us to read books that showcase other girls with curly hair like our kids, however this list showcases strong female role models from all over the world. 8 books that explore what it means to be biracial memoir, poetry, and fiction about searching for identity and feeling caught in between. Every niche of literature is sure to have a pride and prejudice retelling, and heres the one for mixed-race girls. Pride features a family of dominican and haitian girls living in modern day bushwick. books must show all kinds of kids from all types of families, including mixed families. Biracial click to tweet so i would like to give a shout out to all of you authors, illustrators, and publishers out there who boldly created a book where a child of mixed race attends a birthday party, builds a tree house, ponders his or her future career. Jun 13, 2020 - a board dedicated to mixed hair care ( biracial hair) , braids and other kid friendly hair styles for curly haired mixed girls and boys. good night stories for rebel girls, by elena favilli consider bedtime handled. With 100 stories about the lives of 100 women, including serena williams and malala yousafzai, this collection will leave kids feeling sleepy, inspired, and just a wee bit rebellious. The window (1997) by michael dorris (1945-1997) is one ya title that jumps to mind. The book focuses on eleven-year-old rayona taylor, a girl born of an american indian mother (nation unspecified) and an african americanirish american father. School library journal through micro- and macroaggressions, personal stumbles, genuine sadness and a hard-won first romance, nevaehs struggles excellently reflect the teen experience. Com from the moment they come into the world, little black girls works just a little bit harder than their peers to construct a healthy sense of self in a society that prizes values and attributes that dont mirror those they possess.