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Here at Raintree, we are proud to offer a wide range of fiction and non-fiction books that are inclusive and celebrate diversity and difference. Our #OwnVoices books lift the voices of marginalised communities, sharing a richer, more authentic experience with readers. Look at these, and a selection of our other inclusive titles below.


by Saadia Faruqi


Meet Yasmin! Yasmin is a spirited girl who’s always on the lookout for
those “a-ha” moments to help her solve life’s little problems. Taking
inspiration from her surroundings and her big imagination, she boldly
faces any situation, though sometimes her imagination can get a bit
carried away! A creative thinker and curious explorer, Yasmin and her
multi-generational Pakistani family will delight and inspire readers.


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Disability and Mental Health

by Andrew Stark

Liam Kingbird's Kingdom

Say hello to Liam Kingbird! Quiet, creative eight-year old Liam is a
thinker, a dreamer... and sometimes a worrier. New experiences can
be scary for Liam, but talking with his mum, drawing pictures and
listening to his heart always steer him in the right direction. Featuring
an introspective, native American Ojibwa boy with a cleft lip and a
beautiful spirit, this charming series of early chapter books will resonate with readers who like to think before they leap


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Female Empowerment

by Jessica Gunderson, Salima Alikhan

Brave Women of World War II

During World War II, women served the Allied forces in many
remarkable ways. Some were spies and activists working behind enemy lines. Others were nurses and soldiers dedicated to making a difference. Through action-packed, full-colour graphic novels, readers will get to know the courageous women who took risks, defied expectations, confronted the enemy and even gave their lives to help win the war.


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by Jay Albee

Riley Reynolds

Riley Reynolds loves crafting (and making messes), music (and playing it loud), and animals (from unicorns to dragon to fish and birds). They also love their family and friends. From making costumes to saving a park, Riley is always ready to help! Riley is nonbinary and loves that too, proving that you don’t have to identify as a boy or girl. You can just be yourself and be happy! Riley shows that being true to yourself is the most important thing you can do in this lively chapter book series by Jay Albee.


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PSHE and Wellness

by Rosario Martinez, Bryan Patrick Avery, Shoshana Stopek, Susan Griner, Jessica Montalvo Jackson

My Spectacular Self

Life can be challenging, and social and emotional skills play a huge role in learning how to cope with those challenges. The My Spectacular Self picture book series uses humorous and relatable stories to draw the reader in. Story-related SEL discussion questions are included to allow caregivers and educators the opportunity to help readers become more aware of themselves and others, helping each child become their most spectacular self!


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