This collection contains materials from the DIVerse Families bibliography organized by format.
DIVerse Families is a comprehensive bibliography that demonstrates the growing diversity of families in the United States. This type of bibliography provides teachers, librarians, counselors, adoption agencies, children/young adults, and especially parents and grandparents needing to empower their children with materials that reflect their families.
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Jacinta Bunnell and Julie Novak
Truly fun for all ages, this unique coloring book subversively and playfully examines the female gender stereotypes that pervade daily life.
Jacinta Bunnell and Irit Reinheimer
Cartoons by several contributors with captions satirizing traditional gender roles for children.
Re-creating nursery rhymes and fairy tales, this radical activity book takes anecodotes from the lives of real kids and mixes them with classic tales to create true-to-life characters, situations, and resolutions.
Martine Golden Inlay and Jodi Jensen
This book provides a much needed resource in helping children cope with placement into foster care.
Encourages children to sort out their painful feelings about the divorce of their parents through drawings.
Deanna S. Pledge
Provides checklists, journaling ideas, and other positive ways of dealing with being physically, sexually, and/or emotionally abused, emphasizing the importance of talking about what has happened and getting help.