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The editors are constantly on the lookout for books and articles that speak to and about multicultural, multiracial, and multiethnic families. Here, in this section, we’ll bring you reviews of books we think you would like to read.

We’re called the Parent Voice, but really, we want to bring you books for all age groups, from toddlers to middle grade to YA and adult nonfiction and fiction. 

If you’ve written, are considering writing, or have come across a great book that highlights and speaks to multiracial families and multicultural living, let us know! If we like what you recommend, we’ll mention you when we review it. You may even be invited to write the review yourself.

E-mail us at mypitch@theparentvoice.com or contact our Editor for Books Reviews directly at Hema@theparentvoice.com



  • Book Review – Swing Time by Zadie Smith

    Swing Time: A Novel by Zadie Smith I am often nervous to read wildly famous books. I fear I have to spend a lot of time explaining myself, if I find I did not enjoy

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  • 11 Radical Children’s Books for Social Justice Parenting

    Writers of children’s books are challenging narratives of normativity while demonstrating that children can grasp issues such as economic inequality, LGBT relationships (obviously – many children being LGBT themselves), and racial solidarity. The 11 radical

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  • You’re Welcome, Universe

    You're Welcome, Universe by Whitney Gardner Synopsis: When Julia finds a slur about her best friend scrawled across the back of the Kingston School for the Deaf, she covers it up with a beautiful (albeit

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  • Beautiful Rainbow World

    The 78 pages of this photography book are just as beautiful as the cover. Every page features little boys and girls from different countries, some of them in their traditional clothes. (more…)

  • Le Repas

    Le repas (the meal, in French) is a French baby book exploring different types of meals throughout the day, featuring a mixed race family of four. The book goes through breakfast, lunch, tea, setting the

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  • Touch and Feel Birthday

    This is a sturdy and efficient touch-and-feel image book centered around the theme of birthdays.   On four double pages, we see kids opening presents, playing with toys and balloons, wearing party hats, and eating

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