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What Does Multicultural Literature Mean?
Multicultural literature means books that, "have as the main character a person who is a member of a racial, religious, or language microculture other than the Euro-American one." (Lynch-Brown, 1999, p. 188)
- Look in the boxes below to see titles from specific cultures or to see books that feature many different cultures.
- To find more titles use the Catalog Search box at the bottom of the page.
- Please ask a librarian if you have any questions. We will be glad to help you.
Lynch-Brown, C. (1999). Essentials of Children's Literature. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
The list of titles below represents a sample of the books available in the library that feature different people and cultures.