Every parent knows how important reading is to their child's development, and kids are more likely to read if they're given books they relate to.
But if you're a Latino parent your kids face a challenge. Education experts say there aren't enough non-white kids represented in the books children are assigned to read.
And in a country where nearly a quarter of the public-school population is Latino, this is a problem. We have Motoko Rich, education reporter for the New York Times, here to explain.