This week's top 10 Tuesday topic is a freebie and I have decided to choose "Top 10 Books with Diverse Characters!" So, basically this list has most of the diverse books I've read so far throughout my entire reading career and hopefully, after I complete this list, I will try to read even more books with diverse characters!
So here's my top 10 Books with Diverse Characters (in no particular order, of course)!
1. Made You Up by Francesca Zappia
2. Heathen Volume 1 by Natasha Alterici
Now, I have read many graphic novels that features LGBT characters, but I had never read a graphic novel that focuses solely on a LGBT character and this graphic novel is definitely worth the read if you are looking for some GOOD OLE graphic novels that features LGBT characters!
3. Follow the Drinking Gourd by Bernardine Connelly
If you want to learn more about black history, then this OLD SCHOOL picture book classic is definitely worth checking out, especially if you want to introduce Black History to young kids!
4. Cinder by Marissa Meyer
Just the fact that you not only have a book that is a retelling of a classic fairy tale, but you also have an Asian protagonist in the mix, makes this book worth reading!
5. The Other Side by Jacqueline Woodson
Probably one of the most IMPORTANT children's book that you must read since it deals with racism and the power of friendship between two people of different races!
Probably one of the most INFLUENTIAL African American leaders in history, this picture book is worth reading if you want to learn more about Martin Luther King Jr. himself!
7. Saga by Brian K. Vaughan
Probably one of the most AWESOME and RIVETING graphic novels around, this series really does explore the range of diverse families that everyone should check out!
8. Ms. Marvel: No Normal Volume 1 by G. Willow Wilson
This is SERIOUSLY one of the best comics that has a Muslim superhero and is definitely worth the read if you are looking for comic books with positive Muslim characters!
9. Chicken Sunday by Patricia Polacco
Another RIVETING children's book the features a diverse cast of characters and the importance of true friendship!
10. Moon Called by Patricia Briggs
It's RARE that you come across a urban fantasy series that features a Native American heroine, so if you are looking for books that has a Native American hero or heroine, then this book is for YOU!