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2015 Diversity Reading Challenge

Diversity Reading Challenge: Check Up

Diversity Reading Challenge Check Up

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It’s check up time!

How has the Diversity Challenge been treating you?

I’ve seen some great posts over the interwebs of people interpreting Diversity in many ways.

WINNING!

Here are the books that I’ve read since January 2015  that fit the Diversity Reading Challenge:

 The Living by Matt De La Pena. Young Adult. Here’s my review.

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While We Run by Karen Healey. Young Adult. Here’s my review.

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Kane Chronicles: . Middle Grade.  Here’s my review.

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Tiger Boy by Mitali Perkins. Middle Grade. Here’s my review.

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The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. Warning this is NOT for children. Adult Fiction.  Here’s my review.

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The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom. Adult Nonfiction. Here’s my review.

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Copper Sun by Sharon Draper. Early Young Adult. Here’s my review.

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The Adventures of Isabelle by Nicole Cutts. Young Adult & Adult Fiction. Here’s my review.

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Grasshopper Jungle by Andrew Smith.  Young Adult. Here’s my review.

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Peace, Bugs & Understanding. Here’s my review.

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Trombone Shorty. Review forthcoming.

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Kinda Like Brothers.   Here’s my review.

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LuLu and the Very Big Meanies. Here’s my review.

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 How did you do? Share some of your reads down below so we can all discover new titles!

By Pam

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