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Belinda Bullard introduced us to the essential idea of inclusive history, where we tell all the stories of all the people. It got me to thinking about our favorite inclusive history read-alouds and other resources (many of these are read-alone books for our kids, as well) and I thought I'd share them with you so you have a list from which to build your own inclusive history library.
Although the heroine of Blue Willow is a caucasion girl, her life becomes intwined with a Mexican-American family during the Dust Bowl era. Blue Willow illustrates the hardships of farm laborers in California's Central Valley and the beauty of the Mexican culture in America.
Hear Belinda Bullard give a compelling interview with HomeschoolingIRL on why more African American parents are choosing to homeschool their children.