Monday, November 21, 2016

Diverse Books Tag

The Diverse Books Tag

The Rules (as stated by Naz)

  1. Credit the original creator, Read Diverse Books.
  2. The Diverse Books Tag is a bit like a scavenger hunt. I will task you to find a book that fits a specific criteria and you will have to show us a book you have read or want to read.
  3. If you can’t think of a book that fits the specific category, then I encourage you to go look for one. A quick Google search will provide you with many books that will fit the bill. (Also, Goodreads lists are your friends.) Find one you are genuinely interested in reading and move on to the next category.
Everyone can do this tag, even people who don’t own or haven’t read any books that fit the descriptions below. So there’s no excuse! The purpose of the tag is to promote the kinds of books that may not get a lot of attention in the book blogging community.

**This started way back in May, but I just found out about it yesterday. It was fun to go on a hunt for the books. I'm only posting books I've already read and enjoyed. Along the way I did add a few books to my TBR though.

A book starring a lesbian character.




A book with a Muslim protagonist.

 Written in the Stars by Aisha Saeed


A book set in Latin America.



A book about a person with a disability.
 
Otherbound by Corinne Duyvis



Science-Fiction or Fantasy book with a POC protagonist.

Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Cordova



A book set in (or about) any country in Africa.

Purple Hibiscus by Chimimanda Ngozi Adichie


A book written by an Indigenous or Native author.

If I Ever Get Out of Here by Eric Gansworth



A book set in South Asia

A Time to Dance by Padma Venkatraman


A book with a biracial protagonist.



A book starring a transgender character or about transgender issues.

Lizard Radio by Pat Schmatz
 

2 comments:

  1. This is fun! I want to do my own post now! Thanks for sharing these great books!

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