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We provide free resources for use in group settings, book clubs, libraries, and classrooms that spark productive discussion, teach valuable lessons, and inspire a love of reading. Below, you will find our most popular book resources in a downloadable PDF format.
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The resources we're loving right now!
Black Boy, Black Boy by Ali Kamanda and Jorge Redmond
★ "A book that educates, empowers, and enlightens—this book belongs in every library" —School Library Journal, Starred Review
This inspiring, lyrical picture book combines an uplifting, motivational text with references to wonderful figures throughout history. The combination is both encouraging and educational, prompting boys to imagine what they can be and the great things they can do in their own lives.
Black Boy, Black Boy Educator Guide for Grades P to 3.
Barefoot Dreams of Petra Luna by Alda P. Dobbs
★★★ —Booklist, PW, YSBR
A tale of one family’s perilous journey to cross the U.S. border during the Mexican Revolution that is every bit as relevant and heartbreaking today.
Barefoot Dreams of Petra Luna Discussion Guide, Educator Guide & Educator Guide (Spanish) for Grades 3-6.
Burn Down, Rise Up by Vincent Tirado
"A deadly game meets social commentary in an ode to the Bronx." —Kirkus
When people start disappearing in the Bronx, Raquel and her friends investigate a rumor of a monster in the subway tunnels, only to discover something far deadlier than they would’ve ever imagined.
Burn Down, Rise Up Discussion Guide and Educator Guide for Grades 8-12.
A Hundred Other Girls by Iman Hariri-Kia
"The most delightful, absorbing, and hilarious book I have read in ages." —Christina Lauren, New York Times bestselling author
A Middle Eastern-American blogger and aspiring writer jumps at the opportunity to work for the iconic print magazine she’s idolized for years, only to get caught up in the scandalous politics of a shifting media landscape that will force her to reexamine her loyalties, her own ambitions, and everything she values
A Hundred Other Girls Book Club Guide for adult uplit or romance book clubs.