About W.H.O. Books
“When this movement started, I was looking into diverse children's books and books about social justice. I was blown away with how much I have to learn, as well as change my own thinking. I saw this as an opportunity to educate myself, along with my family, and felt that we had the ability to share that education with our community. I would love to help children and families be exposed to more diverse books and for more topics to become ‘normalized,’ such as race and racial awareness, diversity, equity, climate justice, mental health, differently abled humans, and gender identity to name a few.
As an elementary teacher, I've always had a plethora of children's books in our house, which led to routine visits with my own kids to add more children's literature to little free libraries. We noticed that the majority of little libraries are lacking in books for younger kids. With this movement, we thought Little Free Libraries were a perfect place to share our diverse book titles with others.
WHO doesn't love a good book!?”