Anti-Racist Reading for Kids

Is it too early to talk to your kids about race? No, and books can be a helpful way to start. According to research, children become conscious of race very early in life, and explicit conversations can be instrumental in confronting the attitudes and biases they may have already been exposed to from a young age.

Board and Picture Books – Ages 0-5

Elementary Picture + Chapter Books – Ages 6-10

Middle Grade/Independent readers – Ages 8-12

Teen Readers – Age 13 and up

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