From New York Public Library's On-Lion for Kids : Recommended books divided into the following categories: Folk and Fairy Tales, Non-Fiction, Poetry and Song, Stories for Older Readers, and Stories for Younger ReadersAn Annotated Bibliography of Books about South Asia and The South Asia Diaspora from Pooja Makhijani
From Scholastic’s Teacher Website: The Asian Pacific American Heritage main page includes links to author interviews with Allen Say, Ken Mochizuki, Greg Tang, and Ed Young, and to a related booklist.
At the Website of the National Education Association: In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month NEA's Read Across America has made available a bilingual reading list of books for students in kindergarten through 12th grade. The NEA's Asian American Booklist includes fiction, nonfiction, and poetry titles divided by grade level categories: Grades K-4, Grades, 5-8, and Grades 9 and Up.
From the Public Libraries of Arlington, Virginia
Asian Pacific Heritage Month: Books for Young Readers
Asian Pacific Heritage Month: Books for Teens
From Cynthia Leitich Smith
Chinese and Chinese Americans in Children’s and YA Books
Korean and Korean Americans in Children’s and YA Books
Japanese and Japanese Americans in Children’s and YA Books
From Smithsonian Education: Asian Pacific Heritage Month Teaching Resources
Three Articles by Grace Lin
Why Couldn’t Snow White Be Chinese: Finding Identity Through Children’s Books
Don’t Judge a Book by Its Character (even if it is Chinese): Why I Wrote “The Year of the Dog”
The Extra Adjective: How I Came to Terms with Being a Multicultural Author