Caribbean Children's/YA Books for Social Justice [Guest Post Series]

Teaching young people about the important issues of our time benefits their development, and helps shape their passion for social justice later in life. Social justice, whether it be environmental, political, gender-oriented, or economic is a crucial subject to discuss with children if we want them to grow up to be compassionate global citizens. In this author series, we publish guest posts by Caribbean authors who have written children's and young adult (YA) books with social justice themes.

Click on an author's image to read their guest post.

UPDATE: Anansesem is on hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and this guest post series is also on hiatus until further notice.

Book: Gone to Drift
Themes: The environment, pollution, marine
Book: Martí’s Song for Freedom/Martí y sus versos por
la libertad

Themes: Anti-oppression, political freedom,
independence movements

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