Diversity & Inclusion: The Stories for All Project™

As the world becomes smaller and increasingly diverse in its cultures and experiences, it is crucial that all children have access to books that serve as both windows and mirrors. Kids who see their own experiences reflected in books gain self-confidence, while reading about experiences that differ from their own helps kids develop healthy curiosity and empathy.¹

That is why we created the Stories for All Project™. Visit this category often to explore our ever-expanding selection of diverse books and help your kids grow as readers, individuals, and citizens.

¹Bishop, R. (1990). “Mirrors, Windows, and Sliding Glass Doors.” Ohio State University. Perspectives: Choosing and Using Books for the Classroom, 6(3).

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