- 19 Varieties of Gazelle
- Getting Away With Murder: The True Story of the Emmett Till Case
- Finding Fish: A Memoir
- Savion!: My Life in Tap
- Growing Up Filipino: Stories for Young Adults
- Claudette Colvin: Twice Toward Justice
- Bruce Lee: The Celebrated Life of the Golden Dragon
- The Greatest: Muhammad Ali
- Night is Gone, Day is Still Coming: Stories and Poems by American Indian Teens and Young Adults
- Almost a Woman
- Little X: Growing Up in the Nation of Islam
- YELL-Oh Girls! Emerging Voices Explore Culture, Identity, and Growing Up Asian American
by Nye, Naomi Shihab.
Nye, an Arab American poet, writes about the conflict I the Middle East.
by Crowe, Chris.
When the public confession did not ensure punishment of the white murders of 14-year-old African American Emmett Till, the civil rights struggle in 1955 heightened.
by Fisher, Antwone Quenton.
An African American boy born in prison and raised in abusive foster care homes, succeeds in overcoming these disadvantages to love and raise a family of his own.
by Glover, Savion and Bruce Weber.
How is dancing like living? The young African American tap sensation shares lessons from the elders and describes how he became a star so young.
Edited by Cecilia Manguerra Brainard.
Twenty-nine stores of Filipino teens growing up on the islands and in the U. S. explore themes of family, angst, friendship, love and home.
On March 2, 1955, an impassioned teenager, fed up with the daily injustices of Jim Crow segregation, refused to give her seat to a white woman on a segregated bus in Montgomery, Alabama.
by Lee, Bruce.
The words and philosophies of the Hong Kong born martial artist trace his life from childhood to death.
by Myers, Walter Dean.
By standing up for his political and religious convictions in the 50s and 60s, the African American boxer and Nation of Islam member risked his professional boxing career.
Edited by Annette Piña Ochoa, et. al.
Native American youth write poems and prose revealing the struggles of life on the reservations and in the cities while they celebrate their strengths and their role models.
by Santiago, Esmeralda.
A teen and her mother have very different ideas of what it means to grow up Puerto Rican in New York City. Also available in Spanish.
by Tate, Sonsyrea
An African American author critiques her experience being raised in a Black Muslim family.
Edited by Vickie Nam.
Short stories, essays and poems by and about young Asian American girls growing up in the U. S. and Canada.