It’s Okay To Be Different by Todd Parr is a straightforward, simple book about why it's ok to be different. Parr is renowned for his bright, silly illustrations that help kids find his deeper messages fun and more importantly, makes them memorable.

The children's books listed on this page are great for teaching tolerance and celebrate diversity to children of all ages.

This gorgeous picture book—a modern fairy tale about becoming the person you feel you are inside—will delight people of all ages. Dresses by Marcus Ewert

A Tale of Two Mommies by Vanita Oelschlager, illustrated by Mike Blanc (same sex parents)

A Tale of Two Daddies: Vanita Oelschlager, Kristin Blackwood: LGBTQ Books in the Classroom

And Tango Makes Three: a picture book by Justin Richardson that tells the story of two male penguins who raise a chick of their own at the Central Park Zoo in New York City.

"Morris Micklewhite and the Tangerine Dress", Christine Baldacchino (illustrated by Isabelle Malenfant) 2014

Boris Brindamour et la robe orange / Moris Micklewhite and the tangerine dress

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The White Swan express : a story about adoption by Jean Davies Okimoto; by Meilo So Language: English New Y.

The story of a young guinea pig’s anxiety over her favorite uncle’s impending marriage. The fact that his fiancé happens to be another male guinea pig is treated as a non-issue, she is only worried that Uncle Bobby might become too busy to spend as much t

Pink (Patrick) a boy penguin wakes up and discovers he is pink. He learns being different shouldn't stop you from enjoying life.

"Oh the things that mommies do! What could be better than having too?" Written by Crystal Tompkins Illustrations by Lindsey Evans

Fishpond Australia, Molly's Family by Sharon Wooding (Illustrated ) Nancy Garden. Buy Books online: Molly's Family, ISBN Sharon Wooding (Illustrated by) Nancy Garden