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Folkestone Books for change enjoyed working with Letterbox Library to purchase many of their books. They are a social enterprise workers co operative based in Hackney who have been working in Multicultural and diverse books for children since 1983. They provide discounts for members and each book is reviewed by a panel and many rejected, so you know that representation really matters to them. They sell books in age range and themes, you have full access after becoming a member.  They already supply books to schools, early years setting and families. Themes such as Gender Equality, Mixed Race Representation, Bullying, Black History, Refugees & Migration, Bereavement, Feelings, Fostering & Adoption, I Can Make A Difference!, LGBT, Making Friends, a unique child, Looking After The Planet, Family Break Up, Families, Peace & Conflict.

We need to thank our local children’s book seller (amongst other lovely things) Moo Like a Monkey for their generosity and support to the Folkestone and Elham Books for Change campaigns.

Independent children’s book shop directory UK:

Other specialist bookshops include, but not exhaustive:


New beacon books

News from nowhere


The little books shop Leeds

This is book love

Gay’s The Word

Moon Lane Bookshop Ramsgate

UK Bookshop

The Book Den, Hythe Bookshop

Afrori – Books of Black Origin

Formy Books

Thank you

Folkestone Books for Change have received donations from:

Tell A story spoons

Author Sufiya Ahmed of her book Noor Inayat Khan

Elliott’s amazing cycling fundraiser for two titles The Big Book of Families and Chik Chak Shabbat

Author Annahita de la Mare, Balloons stories.

Partnered with FURD Football Unites Racism divides for the Walter Tull Comics.