Top Ten Books That Celebrate Diversity (100)


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Top Ten Books That Celebrate Diversity

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1. & 2. Ash And Adaptation by Malinda Lo both feature bisexual main characters with lesbian love interests.

3. Get Even by Gretchen McNeil: I’m pretty sure there was an Asian girl and a black girl as part of the main four, but honestly skin colour isn’t so much of an issue for me so I’ve clearly forgotten since I read it.

4. Tomorrow When the War Began features a Vietnamese/Korean (I think) love interest as a boy of Greek descent as the leader.

5. The Submerged Sun series features a plus-size female lead and a love interest of Polish descent.

6. Animorphs stars a black girl and a Hispanic boy (and an alien) among its core cast.

7. Starglass by Phoebe North features a Jewish-centric religious spaceship.

8. Ember by Bettie Sharpe features a disabled main character

9. The Breaking series by Juliana Haygert centres around a Brazilian family living in America.

10. Tiny Pretty Things star a white girl, a African-American girl, and a half-Korean girl as the three leads.

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