Books that teach children about bias, diversity and social justcie

Young children have a keen awareness of fairness. Racial identity and attitudes begin to develop in children at a young age.Research suggests that children as young as three years old, when exposed to prejudice and racism, tend to embrace and accept it even though they might not understand the feelings [1].During this time of crisis, it is particularly important that parents and educator harness children's passion for fairness to address issues of identity, bias and discrimination.Children’s books are an invaluable tool to teach children about bias, diversity, and social justice with kids.If you are looking for books to read, offers carefully selected lists of more than 50 books for children and educators, book reviews, and articles on social justice, multicultural children’s literature.[1]