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Entries from Children's Literature at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library tagged with 'families'

Multicultural Families

Whether you are interested in researching children's literature on multicultural families or using these sources with your own family, literature can be used to examine current representations of families and to teach kids about the diversity of families. In 2005...

Books about Adoption

Adoption is often a difficult subject to discuss with children. Picture books can be used to explain the concept to younger children and novels for older readers are helpful in showing the universality of family life. The following books explore...

Sibling Rivalry

Conflict between siblings is a universal theme. Stories about famous siblings from Cain and Abel to Venus and Serena Williams have captivated people throughout the centuries. The following books explore the frustrations of sharing Mom and Dad's attention, dealing with...

Children's Books - Interracial Families

Finding children’s books about interracial families: This guide suggests four ways to find children’s books about interracial families. Interracial families include those where family members have differing ethnicities due to adoption, and those in which the biological mother and father...

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