Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Top Ten Tuesday (#37) - Ten Books That Celebrate Diversity/Diverse Characters

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I LOVE DIVERSE BOOKS/CHARACTERS. 

Here is a list of 10 awesome, diverse books.











What are some of your favorite diverse books?
Leave me some recommendations!


15 comments:

  1. Great list! I want, no need to read so many of these! Everything Leads to You made my want to read of diverse books. I didn't think of Cinder or that would be on my list, there are so, so many different kinds of characters in that world. I wish I had thought of adding it.
    Please fell free to read mine here http://wonderstruck-kcks.blogspot.com/2015/07/july-21-ten-books-that-celebrate.html Happy Summer Reading!

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    1. I think Cinder was the last one I thought of when making this list. But yeah, the cast of characters in that series is quite diverse :)
      Thanks for stopping by KayCee!

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  2. Eleanor and Park and To All the Boys I've Loved Before made my list too. You have a bunch on my TBR and I actually just picked Simon vs yesterday. Can't wait to read it - Great list!

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    1. Simon vs is ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC - you are in for a treat! :)
      Thanks for stopping by Grace!

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  3. I think I'm the last person in the world who hasn't read Eleanor and Park - definitely need to remedy that soon!

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

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    1. Eleanor and Park is so good - not my favorite Rainbow Rowell novel, but nevertheless, definitely worth a read :)
      Thanks for stopping by Nicole!

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  4. I just got Nina LaCour's book in Book Riot's YA Quarterly Box. I'm excited to read it. The Adam Silvera is on my list too. Loved Simon, was a little wary of None of the Above, just because intersex is something I know nothing about, and loved Cinder and Eleanor & Park. Great list! If you're interested, here's mine.

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    1. Nina LaCour is a great author - I have loved everything I've read by her so far!
      Adam Silvera's book was absolutely amazing as well :)
      I knew close to nothing about intersexuality as well, but I found None of the Above to be a very educating read - you can clearly see it is written by a doctor.

      Thanks for stopping by Eli :)

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  5. None of the Above sounds alike a great read, Definitely will Check it out. I also included Cinder on my list. Check out my Top Ten Tuesday

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    1. None of the Above was really well researched and definitely an interesting read :)
      Thanks for stopping by Tori!

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  6. I seriously need to read Everything Leads to You! It's on so many lists today, and I put it on an earlier list of books I can't believe I haven't read yet. I need to get on it!

    I really liked Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda! It was cute!

    And you seem to have made an error on your graphic for The Summer of Chasing Mermaids: it's about a character from Trinidad who is mute. Although there were LGBT issues present. :)

    Here's my top ten!

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    1. When I think of The Summer of Chasing Mermaids, I instantly think of the LGBT issues rather than the mute main character, so that is why I only included the LGBT mention - so not really an error, more of an interpretation :)

      Thanks for stopping by Angie!

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  7. Oh wow this is amazing! I have most of these on my TBR & Falling into Place and Simon are some of my favorite books ever. Great list♥

    Jumana @ Books by Jay

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  8. Great list! I am really looking forward to reading Simon Vs and The Summer of Chasing Mermaids. And I totally agree about To All the Boys, None of the Above, and More Happy Than Not! Such lovely choices :)

    Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight

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