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    Okay it took me forever (there are so many great books!!) but thanks to all your recommendations here’s a stack for kids, from babies up to about 12, I’d say (YA/teens set coming soon). It does include books about racism and how to be antiracist, but also about what it’s like to be made to feel different and other or to be welcomed and included with love, and about how to love everything about yourself ❤️. (And it does include books about experiences other than being Black and dealing with systemic racism in the US; I went a little more broad for this one!)

    There are way more I could have added, but already it’s hard to read the tiny titles even zoomed in. Also, I don’t have kids, so I could be a bit wrong about what age a book suits (I've heard the young readers' adaptation of Born a Crime and Stamped might be better suited for teens!).

    The list below links to buy the books on Bookshop.org, which financially supports local, independent bookstores. (Official disclosure: We are an affiliate of Bookshop.org and will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase.)