Books on Racism for Kids and Adolescents

Books on Racism for Kids and Adolescents

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Books about racism are important

Books are not saved.

Only Jesus saves.

But books can be great discussion starters, especially when we are discussing current events, understanding another point of view, or just want to show our children the tremendous variety that the Lord has put into his creation.

These are some of the books we found helpful in having good conversations about race and racism with children and adolescents. We hope you find them helpful.

Reader, we hope you don't visit this list this week and keep going. We have reviewed these books over the years because they are always important.

Books on Racism for Children and Adolescents

Please note: This list focuses on books that deliberately proactively breed and / or books that depict other cultures in today's world as historical fiction. The titles may be linked to our ratings.

Preschool and early primary school (~ 4-8 years)

We recommend starting with: God's very good idea from Trillia Newbell and illustrated by Catalina Echeverri if you haven't read it yet.

Save me a seat cover picture

Intermediate (~ 9-12 years)

We recommend starting with Save me a place or New child if you haven't read it yet.

Cover picture of Under our Skin

Adolescents (~ 13-18 years)

We recommend starting with Under our skin by Benjamin Watson if you haven't read it yet.

Related reading from the redeemed reader

Reader, tell us your favorite books about races for children and teenagers in the comments!

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