2015 Diversity Reading Challenge Blogging from A to Z Challenge Books

#AtoZChallenge – K Kinda Like Brothers/King for a Day

I have TWO special books for you for K Day.

Kinda Like Brothers by Coe Booth

Kinda Like Brothers by Coe Booth


This is a great middle grade urban fiction read about a boy who’s mother cares for foster children. My review is here.

The other book I want to share with you is King for a Day by Rukhsana Kahn.

King for a Day by Rukhsana Khon


My review is here. I LOVE THIS BOOK SO HARD! A diverse book on so many levels, it’s a must read.

Welp, that’s it today friends. What’s your fave book that starts with K?




By Pam

My passion is advocating for diversity in children's and YA literature.

4 replies on “#AtoZChallenge – K Kinda Like Brothers/King for a Day”

I always love it when kids see people who look like they do on the cover of books. I just bought Frida for one of my nieces. Her father’s from Mexico and I’m hoping the book will instill an appreciation of Kahrlo’s art.

One of my favorite is Kathy, by Charles Paul Conn. Inspiring tale of a teenager, who fights out of Coma, learns to walk, and finally runs professionally.

Kinda Like Brothers looks really interesting especially since it is written from the viewpoint of a character whose mother takes in foster children. I am sure that must create an interesting dynamic in a family.
King for A Day looks like a book I need to have.

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