¡Celebra DÍA / Celebrate DÍA!

¡Celebra Día! / Celebrate DÍA

Celebre la literatura infantil de todos los orígenes con eventos y listas de lectura que enfatizan la diversidad. Todos los programas son gratuitos.

Celebrate literacy for children of all backgrounds with events and reading lists that highlight diversity. All programs are free.

Featured books: Котёнок Шмяк. Падай, снежок!, Kastūrba/कस्तूरबा, Playing Lotería, Baro tirinta af soomaaliga

Sobre Día / About Día

Recomendaciones relacionadas / Related recommendations

Browse books recommended for this year's Dia theme of World Games/Juegos del mundo.
Books that highlight South Asian, Indian-American, and South Asian-American experiences.
Books that highlight the Asian, Asian-American, Pacific Islander, or Pacific Islander-American experience.
DIA is a celebration of children, families, and reading that culminates yearly on April 30. This list features books for children and teens.
Books highlighting the people of Spanish and Spanish-speaking descent including people of/from Spain, North, South, and Central Americans.
All children should see themselves in books! Titles are in order by age.
Encourage discussion of important Native narratives with this list created by First Nations and Debbie Reese, Ph.D. (Nambé Pueblo).
Books featuring Native American, American Indian, and First Nations experiences including many indigenous peoples of the Western Hemisphere.
These picture books can be a great tool to open the conversation with a child, or to respond to questions about race.
These books include characters and settings from the Pacific Islands (Polynesia, Micronesia, and Melanesia).
This list features books that include characters of color. They take walks, solve problems, dream, and have fun, just like everyone else.
World fiction can be from any place on earth, however, the spirit of this booklist is to highlight countries and cultures outside the U.S.
These books highlight the people and culture of and from the Middle East, including many ethnicities & religious groups of the Middle East.
Titles by and/or about African Americans which celebrate African American heritage, tradition, and achievements. For ages 2-12.
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