This short video by author Pixie Carlisle would be a great introduction to a workshop session on diversity in books for children and young adults. (It would also be a good plug if you're presenting to a school board to explain why you're asking for money to expand and improve your collection!) Let's promote the authors and publishers bringing us quality literature that gives ALL of our students a mirror--and a window!
Diversity in Literature Matters
Great video compilation! I like this positive diversity in literature and we want to see every child as a great leader, as a creator, and an inspiring person. We should know more about literature to know the history of a nation! I am a freelance writer and I like reading different literature books for writing better. Recently, I read 'The Cruciable' by Abigail Williams (you may visit this website https://gradesfixer.com/free-essay-examples/character-of-abigail-williams-in-the-crucible/ for more essay examples on different topics). As guardians, we should provide the right ways for the child to be a hero or princess.