With everything going on in the world, parents have to make a lot of decisions about how they teach their kids about other cultures. Raising tolerant and accepting children is a complicated task, but a vital part of it is teaching kids to appreciate the differences among us all, and exposing them to it all at an early age.

If you’re not sure how to approach certain subjects like diversity, feminism, immigration and special needs, books can provide many teachable moments about the world they live in. Stories expose us to different places, people and lifestyles in a comfortable and entertaining way. They also allow children to put themselves in the character’s shoes and learn to empathize with people who are different.

Whether it’s representation for minorities or strong female leads, learning to be an ally for LGBTQ, immigrants, and disabled communities, or embracing body positivity, all of these books can teach your child about acceptance of themselves and respect for others.

We’ve rounded up some of our favorite children’s books that promote acceptance and tolerance — but remember, these books are just a start on the path to raising a kid who’s not a jerk.

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1. Children’s Books With Diverse Representation

the day in the life of a mixed-race childnamed Mike who has awesome hair and lots of energy, all while emphasizing that he is a perfect blend of both his parents.”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”creditUrl”:””,”source”:””,”thumbnail”:{“url”:{“fileName”:”5be44d691d000085003129d6.jpeg”,”type”:”hectorUrl”},”caption”:”x”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”width”:1893,”height”:2296,”ops”:””},”title”:”Mixed Me! By Taye Diggs, Shane W. Evans”,”type”:”image”,”meta”:null,”summary”:null,”badge”:null},”provider”:null},{“embedData”:{“type”:”hector”,”url”:”https://img.huffingtonpost.com/asset/5be44d88200000c305028a90.jpeg”,”queryParams”:{},”width”:393,”height”:500,”credit”:”Amazon”},”type”:”image”,”common”:{“id”:”5be44d6de4b0dbe871a81bb9″,”caption”:”Seven-year-old Lena learns that brown skin color comes in many different shadeswhile painting a portrait of herself. 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Lucia is a young girl who comes from a family of Mexican luchadoras. 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Books To Help You Raise An Accepting Child – Representation

2. Children’s Books About Immigration

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Books To Help You Raise An Accepting Child – Immigration

3. Children’s Books About Feminism

bedtime stories about 100 extraordinary women who were and are athletes, activists, artists, etc. written in the style of a fairy tale.”,”credit”:”Barnes & Noble”,”creditUrl”:””,”source”:””,”thumbnail”:{“url”:{“fileName”:”5be455ec1f0000fb04262e33.jpeg”,”type”:”hectorUrl”},”caption”:”x”,”credit”:”Barnes & Noble”,”width”:425,”height”:595,”ops”:””},”title”:”Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls by Elena Favilli, Francesca Cavallo”,”type”:”image”,”meta”:null,”summary”:null,”badge”:null},”provider”:null},{“embedData”:{“type”:”hector”,”url”:”https://img.huffingtonpost.com/asset/5be45645240000aa02582c65.jpeg”,”queryParams”:{},”width”:2102,”height”:2560,”credit”:”Amazon”},”type”:”image”,”common”:{“id”:”5be4561ce4b0769d24ca7139″,”caption”:”
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Books To Help You Raise An Accepting Child – Feminism

4. Children’s Books With LGBTQ Representation

a nontraditional family.”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”creditUrl”:””,”source”:””,”thumbnail”:{“url”:{“fileName”:”5be457543c00008e030eb0ec.jpeg”,”type”:”hectorUrl”},”caption”:”x”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”width”:1878,”height”:1400,”ops”:””},”title”:”And Tango Makes Three by Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell”,”type”:”image”,”meta”:null,”summary”:null,”badge”:null},”provider”:null},{“embedData”:{“type”:”hector”,”url”:”https://img.huffingtonpost.com/asset/5be45975220000e603de3460.jpeg”,”queryParams”:{},”width”:260,”height”:302,”credit”:”Amazon”},”type”:”image”,”common”:{“id”:”5be4592ce4b0dbe871a83ba7″,”caption”:”Casey loves to play with blocks and trucks, but he also loves sparkles and glitter. So when his sister gets a new shimmering skirt, Casey wants to wear one too. This story is about acceptance and the freedom to be yourself regardless of gender.”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”creditUrl”:””,”source”:””,”thumbnail”:{“url”:{“fileName”:”5be45975220000e603de3460.jpeg”,”type”:”hectorUrl”},”caption”:”x”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”width”:260,”height”:302,”ops”:””},”title”:”Sparkle Boy by Leslea Newman and Maria Mola”,”type”:”image”,”meta”:null,”summary”:null,”badge”:null},”provider”:null},{“embedData”:{“type”:”hector”,”url”:”https://img.huffingtonpost.com/asset/5be459bf2000007f05028aa0.jpeg”,”queryParams”:{},”width”:2560,”height”:2202,”credit”:”Ams”},”type”:”image”,”common”:{“id”:”5be45982e4b0dbe871a83c94″,”caption”:”The story of a transgender child based on the real-life experience of activist Jazz Jennings, explained in a simple clear way for children and parents alike.”,”credit”:”Ams”,”creditUrl”:””,”source”:””,”thumbnail”:{“url”:{“fileName”:”5be459bf2000007f05028aa0.jpeg”,”type”:”hectorUrl”},”caption”:”x”,”credit”:”Ams”,”width”:2560,”height”:2202,”ops”:””},”title”:”I Am Jazz by Jessica Herthel, Jazz Jennings, and Shelagh McNicholas”,”type”:”image”,”meta”:null,”summary”:null,”badge”:null},”provider”:null}],”options”:{“device”:”desktop”,”slideshowAd”:{“scriptTags”:[{“attribs”:{},”scriptBody”:”rn(function() {rn var adsDiv = document.querySelector(‘#adtech_slideshow_300x250_req’);rn adsDiv.removeAttribute(‘id’);rn // enableQueue: “0”rn rn rn rn waitForGlobal(function() {rn return window.htmlAdWH && window.adSetSyncCalled;rn }, function() {rn // override adsPl in templatern if (‘function’ === typeof window.adSetPlId) {rn if (‘undefined’ === typeof window.origAdsPlId) { window.origAdsPlId = window.adsPl; }rn if (‘undefined’ !== typeof window.origAdsPlId) { window.adSetPlId(window.origAdsPlId); }rn rn }rnrn // override ads NetId in templatern if (‘function’ === typeof window.adSetNetId) {rn if (‘undefined’ === typeof window.origNetId) { window.origNetId = window.adsNt; }rn if (‘undefined’ !== typeof window.origNetId) { window.adSetNetId(window.origNetId); }rn rn }rnrn adsDiv.reloadCount = 0;rn var recoveryId = ”;rn var needsRecovery = recoveryId && recoveryId.length && kraken__adBlock && kraken__adBlock.active;rn var adId = needsRecovery ? recoveryId : ‘963887082’;rn try { adId = io_c3sd.ads[“slideshow_300x250_req”] || adId; } catch(e) {}rnrn rn rnrn // Override adtech_call_typern var delivery_type = “default” || “”;rn var adtech_call_type = “”;rn switch (delivery_type) {rn case “by_request”: adtech_call_type = “ajax”; break;rn case “text”: adtech_call_type = “text”; break;rn case “iframe”: adtech_call_type = “iframe”; break;rn case “iframe_proxy”: adtech_call_type = “f”; break;rn case “collapsed”: adtech_call_type = “fc”; break;rn default: adtech_call_type = “ajax”; break;rn }rnrn rn rn rn var args = [‘RR’, ‘RR’rn ];rnrn rn rnrn rnrn if(needsRecovery) {rn waitForGlobal(‘readyToRecover’, function() {rn adsDiv = document.querySelector(‘.slideshow_300x250_req’);rn //htmlAdWH(adId, args[0], args[1], “fileless”, adsDiv);rn });rn } else {rn htmlAdWH(adId, args[0], args[1], adtech_call_type, adsDiv);rn rn }rnrn if (typeof debugadcode == ‘function’) { debugadcode(‘AdTech’, {placement: ‘slideshow_300x250_req’, mnid: adId}, adsDiv); }rnrn waitForGlobal(‘jQuery’, function() {rn jQuery(document).on(‘reloadAd’, function(ev, elem) {rn if (elem && !elem.contains(adsDiv)) { return; }rn var refreshRate = 1;rn adsDiv.reloadCount++;rn if (adsDiv.reloadCount % refreshRate === 0 && typeof adsReloadAd === ‘function’) { adsReloadAd(adsDiv); }rn });rn });rnrn adSetInView(‘0’);rn }); // wFG:htmlAdWHrn rn rn //modulous queue closingrn}());rn”}],”otherHtml”:”

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Books To Help You Raise An Accepting Child – LGBTQ

5. Children’s Books About Disabilities And Special Needs

a zebra with autism, who learns that autism is only one of the many qualities that make him special.”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”creditUrl”:””,”source”:””,”thumbnail”:{“url”:{“fileName”:”5be45a4926000017038472d8.jpeg”,”type”:”hectorUrl”},”caption”:”x”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”width”:400,”height”:500,”ops”:””},”title”:”All My Stripes: A Story for Children with Autism by Shaina Rudolph, Danielle Royer, and Jennifer Zivoin”,”type”:”image”,”meta”:null,”summary”:null,”badge”:null},”provider”:null},{“embedData”:{“type”:”hector”,”url”:”https://img.huffingtonpost.com/asset/5be45a6f2200000c03de3461.jpeg”,”queryParams”:{},”width”:2176,”height”:2560,”credit”:”Amazon”},”type”:”image”,”common”:{“id”:”5be45a58e4b0769d24ca7e26″,”caption”:”Two best friends discover that their unique gifts make them stronger together, this book teaches that people of all abilities have important roles to play and that we’re all better together.”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”creditUrl”:””,”source”:””,”thumbnail”:{“url”:{“fileName”:”5be45a6f2200000c03de3461.jpeg”,”type”:”hectorUrl”},”caption”:”x”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”width”:2176,”height”:2560,”ops”:””},”title”:”The Push by Patrick Gray, Justin Skeesuck, and Matt Waresak”,”type”:”image”,”meta”:null,”summary”:null,”badge”:null},”provider”:null},{“embedData”:{“type”:”hector”,”url”:”https://img.huffingtonpost.com/asset/5be45aa32400004c0299af96.jpeg”,”queryParams”:{},”width”:404,”height”:500,”credit”:”Amazon”},”type”:”image”,”common”:{“id”:”5be45a81e4b0dbe871a83ff7″,”caption”:”This book encourages children to be mindful and patient of the differences that exist among their classmates and to appreciate the positive contributions that an autistic classmate can make.”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”creditUrl”:””,”source”:””,”thumbnail”:{“url”:{“fileName”:”5be45aa32400004c0299af96.jpeg”,”type”:”hectorUrl”},”caption”:”x”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”width”:404,”height”:500,”ops”:””},”title”:”A Friend Like Simon by Kate Gaynot”,”type”:”image”,”meta”:null,”summary”:null,”badge”:null},”provider”:null}],”options”:{“device”:”desktop”,”slideshowAd”:{“scriptTags”:[{“attribs”:{},”scriptBody”:”rn(function() {rn var adsDiv = document.querySelector(‘#adtech_slideshow_300x250_req’);rn adsDiv.removeAttribute(‘id’);rn // enableQueue: “0”rn rn rn rn waitForGlobal(function() {rn return window.htmlAdWH && window.adSetSyncCalled;rn }, function() {rn // override adsPl in templatern if (‘function’ === typeof window.adSetPlId) {rn if (‘undefined’ === typeof window.origAdsPlId) { window.origAdsPlId = window.adsPl; }rn if (‘undefined’ !== typeof window.origAdsPlId) { window.adSetPlId(window.origAdsPlId); }rn rn }rnrn // override ads NetId in templatern if (‘function’ === typeof window.adSetNetId) {rn if (‘undefined’ === typeof window.origNetId) { window.origNetId = window.adsNt; }rn if (‘undefined’ !== typeof window.origNetId) { window.adSetNetId(window.origNetId); }rn rn }rnrn adsDiv.reloadCount = 0;rn var recoveryId = ”;rn var needsRecovery = recoveryId && recoveryId.length && kraken__adBlock && kraken__adBlock.active;rn var adId = needsRecovery ? recoveryId : ‘963887082’;rn try { adId = io_c3sd.ads[“slideshow_300x250_req”] || adId; } catch(e) {}rnrn rn rnrn // Override adtech_call_typern var delivery_type = “default” || “”;rn var adtech_call_type = “”;rn switch (delivery_type) {rn case “by_request”: adtech_call_type = “ajax”; break;rn case “text”: adtech_call_type = “text”; break;rn case “iframe”: adtech_call_type = “iframe”; break;rn case “iframe_proxy”: adtech_call_type = “f”; break;rn case “collapsed”: adtech_call_type = “fc”; break;rn default: adtech_call_type = “ajax”; break;rn }rnrn rn rn rn var args = [‘RR’, ‘RR’rn ];rnrn rn rnrn rnrn if(needsRecovery) {rn waitForGlobal(‘readyToRecover’, function() {rn adsDiv = document.querySelector(‘.slideshow_300x250_req’);rn //htmlAdWH(adId, args[0], args[1], “fileless”, adsDiv);rn });rn } else {rn htmlAdWH(adId, args[0], args[1], adtech_call_type, adsDiv);rn rn }rnrn if (typeof debugadcode == ‘function’) { debugadcode(‘AdTech’, {placement: ‘slideshow_300x250_req’, mnid: adId}, adsDiv); }rnrn waitForGlobal(‘jQuery’, function() {rn jQuery(document).on(‘reloadAd’, function(ev, elem) {rn if (elem && !elem.contains(adsDiv)) { return; }rn var refreshRate = 1;rn adsDiv.reloadCount++;rn if (adsDiv.reloadCount % refreshRate === 0 && typeof adsReloadAd === ‘function’) { adsReloadAd(adsDiv); }rn });rn });rnrn adSetInView(‘0’);rn }); // wFG:htmlAdWHrn rn rn //modulous queue closingrn}());rn”}],”otherHtml”:”

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Books To Help You Raise An Accepting Child – Disabilities/Special Needs

6. Children’s Books About Body Positivity

Brontoria has a dream to be a ballerina, but she’s too large to fit in the dance studio and doesn’t have the right shoes. This book teaches children that anyone can chase their dreams with determination and talent.”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”creditUrl”:””,”source”:””,”thumbnail”:{“url”:{“fileName”:”5be45b021d000085003129e0.jpeg”,”type”:”hectorUrl”},”caption”:”x”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”width”:2321,”height”:2560,”ops”:””},”title”:”Brontorina by James Howe and Randy Cecil”,”type”:”image”,”meta”:null,”summary”:null,”badge”:null},”provider”:null},{“embedData”:{“type”:”hector”,”url”:”https://img.huffingtonpost.com/asset/5be45b5f210000fe03ca1e43.jpeg”,”queryParams”:{},”width”:1051,”height”:1360,”credit”:”Amazon”},”type”:”image”,”common”:{“id”:”5be45b28e4b0e84388950d13″,”caption”:”This book tells the story of a girl named Lucy with vitiligo who finds beauty in the patterns on her skin and in the world around her.”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”creditUrl”:””,”source”:””,”thumbnail”:{“url”:{“fileName”:”5be45b5f210000fe03ca1e43.jpeg”,”type”:”hectorUrl”},”caption”:”x”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”width”:1051,”height”:1360,”ops”:””},”title”:”Lucy’s Umbrella by Sara Madden”,”type”:”image”,”meta”:null,”summary”:null,”badge”:null},”provider”:null},{“embedData”:{“type”:”hector”,”url”:”https://img.huffingtonpost.com/asset/5be45b9a240000300099af99.jpeg”,”queryParams”:{},”width”:2560,”height”:2530,”credit”:”Amazon”},”type”:”image”,”common”:{“id”:”5be45b7de4b0dbe871a843ab”,”caption”:”Molly is short and clumsy with buck teeth and an interesting voice, but she doesn’t mind. This story teaches kids how to embrace their uniqueness and handle bullies.”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”creditUrl”:””,”source”:””,”thumbnail”:{“url”:{“fileName”:”5be45b9a240000300099af99.jpeg”,”type”:”hectorUrl”},”caption”:”x”,”credit”:”Amazon”,”width”:2560,”height”:2530,”ops”:””},”title”:”Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon by Patty Lovell and David Catrow”,”type”:”image”,”meta”:null,”summary”:null,”badge”:null},”provider”:null}],”options”:{“device”:”desktop”,”slideshowAd”:{“scriptTags”:[{“attribs”:{},”scriptBody”:”rn(function() {rn var adsDiv = document.querySelector(‘#adtech_slideshow_300x250_req’);rn adsDiv.removeAttribute(‘id’);rn // enableQueue: “0”rn rn rn rn waitForGlobal(function() {rn return window.htmlAdWH && window.adSetSyncCalled;rn }, function() {rn // override adsPl in templatern if (‘function’ === typeof window.adSetPlId) {rn if (‘undefined’ === typeof window.origAdsPlId) { window.origAdsPlId = window.adsPl; }rn if (‘undefined’ !== typeof window.origAdsPlId) { window.adSetPlId(window.origAdsPlId); }rn rn }rnrn // override ads NetId in templatern if (‘function’ === typeof window.adSetNetId) {rn if (‘undefined’ === typeof window.origNetId) { window.origNetId = window.adsNt; }rn if (‘undefined’ !== typeof window.origNetId) { window.adSetNetId(window.origNetId); }rn rn }rnrn adsDiv.reloadCount = 0;rn var recoveryId = ”;rn var needsRecovery = recoveryId && recoveryId.length && kraken__adBlock && kraken__adBlock.active;rn var adId = needsRecovery ? recoveryId : ‘963887082’;rn try { adId = io_c3sd.ads[“slideshow_300x250_req”] || adId; } catch(e) {}rnrn rn rnrn // Override adtech_call_typern var delivery_type = “default” || “”;rn var adtech_call_type = “”;rn switch (delivery_type) {rn case “by_request”: adtech_call_type = “ajax”; break;rn case “text”: adtech_call_type = “text”; break;rn case “iframe”: adtech_call_type = “iframe”; break;rn case “iframe_proxy”: adtech_call_type = “f”; break;rn case “collapsed”: adtech_call_type = “fc”; break;rn default: adtech_call_type = “ajax”; break;rn }rnrn rn rn rn var args = [‘RR’, ‘RR’rn ];rnrn rn rnrn rnrn if(needsRecovery) {rn waitForGlobal(‘readyToRecover’, function() {rn adsDiv = document.querySelector(‘.slideshow_300x250_req’);rn //htmlAdWH(adId, args[0], args[1], “fileless”, adsDiv);rn });rn } else {rn htmlAdWH(adId, args[0], args[1], adtech_call_type, adsDiv);rn rn }rnrn if (typeof debugadcode == ‘function’) { debugadcode(‘AdTech’, {placement: ‘slideshow_300x250_req’, mnid: adId}, adsDiv); }rnrn waitForGlobal(‘jQuery’, function() {rn jQuery(document).on(‘reloadAd’, function(ev, elem) {rn if (elem && !elem.contains(adsDiv)) { return; }rn var refreshRate = 1;rn adsDiv.reloadCount++;rn if (adsDiv.reloadCount % refreshRate === 0 && typeof adsReloadAd === ‘function’) { adsReloadAd(adsDiv); }rn });rn });rnrn adSetInView(‘0’);rn }); // wFG:htmlAdWHrn rn rn //modulous queue closingrn}());rn”}],”otherHtml”:”

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Books To Help You Raise An Accepting Child – Body Positivity

7. Children’s Books About Embracing All Differences

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Books To Help You Raise An Accepting Child – Embracing All Differences