Below you will find a list of resources that our professor Dr. Ana Solano-Campos curated for our website. The cohort thanks her for such an extensive and thoughtful contribution to our online library and resource platform. 


Dr. Ana Solano-Campos is an Assistant Professor of Language and (Bi)Literacy Education at Georgia State University. A former ESL/EFL educator, Ana specializes in educational sociolinguistics and works with dual language programs to support the bilingualism and biliteracy of their students.


Resources for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse

Children’s Books:

Coretta Scott King Award: 
• “books that demonstrate an appreciation of African American culture and universal human values.”

Pura Belpré Award: 
• “portrays, affirms, and celebrates the Latino cultural experience in an outstanding work of literature for children and youth”

Schneider Family Book Award: 

• “books that embody an artistic expression of the disability experience.”

Stonewall Book Award: 

• “books relating to the LGBT experience.”

Amelia Bloomer Book List: 

• “books with significant feminist content.”

Rainbow Book List: 

• “books with significant and authentic LGBTQ content.”

American Indian Youth Literature Award: 

• “writing and illustrations by and about American Indians.”

Asian/Pacific American Award for Literature: 

• “books about Asian/Pacific Americans and their heritage.”

Sydney Taylor Book Award: 

• “books that authentically portray the Jewish experience.”

Jane Addams Children’s Book Awards: 
• “books that effectively promote the cause of peace, social justice, world community, and equality.”

Américas Award: 
• “books that authentically and engagingly portray Latin America, the Caribbean, or Latinos in the U.S.”

Arab American Book Award: 

• “books written by and about Arab Americans.”

Dolly Gray Children’s Literature Award: 

• “books that appropriately portray individuals with developmental disabilities.”

Ezra Jack Keats Book Award: 

• “books that portray universal qualities of childhood, strong and supportive family, and multiculturalism.”

Notable Books for a Global Society: 
• “books that enhance understanding of individuals and cultures throughout the world.”

Once Upon a World Children’s Book Award: 

• “books that deal with issues of tolerance, diversity, and social justice.”

Tomás Rivera Book Award: 

• “literature that depicts the Mexican American experience.”

Skipping Stones Honor Award: 

• “multicultural and nature books”

Carter G. Woodson Book Award: 
• “social studies-related books that depict ethnicity and race relations sensitively and accurately.”


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