|Ouch! Moments when words are used in Hurtful Ways
Written by Michael Genhart and illustrated by Viviana Garofoli
The topic of meanness in thought, word, action and inaction. This simple children’s book explicitly focuses on Microaggressions itself.
|Don’t Touch My Hair
Written and illustrated by Sharee Miller
An entertaining picture book that teaches the importance of asking for permission first being treated as an item of curiosity just because of your hair
|So You want to Talk about Race
Written by Ijeoma Oluo
In this book Oluo outlines her opinions on the topics as well as advice about how to talk about the issues. Interestingly, each chapter title in the book is a question about race.
|This Book is Anti-Racist
Written by Tiffany Jewell and Illustrated by Aurelia Durand
20 Lessons on how to wake up and take action. This is a book for young readers who want to step up, speak out, take action, and see the world in a whole new way.
|The Skin We’re In
Written by Desmond Cole
Canadian author Desmond Cole raises a wide range of stories and experiences including microaggressions in employment, anti-Black racism in education, the oppression of Indigenous Peoples, and violent police brutality in Canada.