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No Bias For Babies: Our Favorite Anti-Bias Reads for Tots

A collection of children's books that promote tolerance, equality, diversity and understanding

 As populations shift and cultures become increasingly global, our children need to recognize and value the ways in which people are the same — and not the same. This progressive kind of learning is known as anti-bias education, and it not only encourages self-esteem but also helps kids understand and appreciate the experiences of others.

Conscious anti-bias parenting is a great way to make the world a better place, but given the busy reality of caring for young children, it can seem daunting. That’s why it’s so important to weave anti-bias practice into the fabric of daily life. One of the most enjoyable ways to make this happen is by reading anti-bias children’s books with our kids.

This selection of our favorite titles is organized under the four goals of anti-bias education, as defined by Louise Derman-Sparks and Julie Olsen Edwards in their book, Anti-Bias Education for Young Children and Ourselves.

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