This is a list of websites that focus primarily on listing, reviewing, publishing, or selling  books for children and young adults. Please report additions, corrections, or dead links to

Anti-bias Education, Children’s Peace Education Project

“among the leading educational research centers in the field of multicultural literature”

CCBC Diversity Resources, Cooperative Children’s Book Center, Madison, WI

The Children’s Diversity and Justice Library, web page at Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church (TVUUC), Knoxville, TN. “Rooted in values of equity and compassion and hosted by the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church (TVUUC) in Knoxville, Tennessee, the CDJL empowers young people to celebrate diversity and seek justice in their lives and communities.”
Colors of Us (books, toys, clothes)

Conscious Kid, “an education, research and policy organization that supports families and educators in taking action to disrupt racism, inequity and bias.’

Diverse BookfFinder—a Bates College project

Diverse Families Bookshelf, University of Central Florida

The Equal Opportunity Book Box, provides and donates books

Family Reading ~ Hornbook Blog

Institute for Humane Education, affiliated with Antioch University, lesson plans and resources for educators.

Jacqueline Woodson Picture Books, the award-winning author’s website

Kirkus – Featured Diversity Collections, from a professional book reviewing site
Experience categories:
  • Learning: a book with a strong educational component that puts identity at the center.
  • Identification: a book in which cultural identity informs characters/plot but is not the center of the plot.
  • Inclusion: a book in which cultural identity is in the background.

Notable Books for a Global Society, International Literacy Association, ​​Children’s Literature & Reading Special Interest Group​

Pragmatic Mom List of Lists, an interesting website with lots of lists.
We Need Diverse Books, “non-profit that advocates essential changes in the publishing industry to produce and promote literature that reflects and honors the lives of all young people.