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No Outsiders Book List EYFS – Year 6

EYFSYou Choose

(by Nick Sharratt & Pippa Goodheart)

Pupil Voice

Red Rockets and Rainbow Jelly

(by Sue Heap & Nick Sharratt)

Accepting difference

Blue Chameleon

(by Emily Gravett)


The Family Book

(by Todd Parr)

All families are different

Mommy Mama & Me (by Leslea Newman & Carol Thompson)

All families are different

Year 1Elmer

(by David Mckee)


Ten Little Pirates

(by Mike Brownlow & Simon Rickerty)

Gender equality

That’s NOT how you do it!

(by Ariane Hofmann- Maniyar)

Accepting difference

Max the Champion (by Sean Stockdale, Alexandra Strick & Ross Asquith)


My World, Your World

(by Melanie Walsh)


Year 2The Great Big Book of Families

(by Mary Hoffman & Ros Asquith)

UK is diverse

The First Slodge

(by Jeanne Willis)

Celebrate diversity

The Odd Egg

(by Emily Gravett)

Different families

Just Because

(by Rebecca Elliot)


Blown Away

(by Melanie Walsh)


Year 3Oliver

(by Birgitta Sif)

Celebrating differences

This is Our House

(by Michael Rosen)


Two Monsters

(by David McKee)

Problem solving

The Hueys in the New Jumper

(by Oliver Jeffers)

Be yourself/self-esteem


(by Alexis Deacon)


Year 4Dogs Don’t Do Ballet (by Anna Kemp & Sarah Ogilvie)


King and King

(by Linda de Haan & Stern Niiland)


The Way Back Home

(by Oliver Jeffers)


The Flower

(by John Light)


Red: A Crayon’s Story

(by Michael Hall)


Year 5Where the Poppies now Grow

(by Hilary Robinson & Martin Impey)

British values, age

Rose Blanche

(by Ian McEwan & Roberto Innocenti)

Religion, race, prejudice

How to Heal a Broken Wing

(by Bob Graham)

Choosing to help

The Artist Who Painted a Blue Horse (by Eric Carle)

Different ideas about the world

And Tango Makes Three

By Justtin Richardson & Peter Parnell)

Different families/ relationships/ acceptance/ love

Year 6My Princess Boy

(by Cheryl Kilodavis & Suzanne DeSimone)

Love, acceptance, gender identity, tolerance

The Whisperer

(by Nick Butterworth)

Understanding relationships

The Island

(by Armin Greder)

Race, prejudice, refugees

Love You Forever

(by Robert Munsch)

Love, relationships, age

Dreams of Freedom

(by Amnesty International)

The Equality Act

Other books we have in school:

Respect: Consent, Boundaries and Being in Charge of YOU by Rachel BrianIntroduction to consent
Meesha Makes Friends by Tom PercivalCharacter with ASC traits
The Worrysaurus by Rachel BrightAnxiety
My Monster and Me by Nadiya Hussain and Ella BaileyManaging big feelings
The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie AndersonFriendship, family, death
The Boy at the Back of the Class by Onjali RaufRefugees
Ruby’s Worry by Tom PercivalWorries and anxieties
Breaking the Mould by Sinead BurkeDisability, self-confidence