Valentine’s Day Around the World

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I have never been too keen on Valentine’s Day.  In my opinion it has always been an overpriced, over-exaggerated day of red and pink things you will probably toss a few days after.  (Unless it’s chocolate, then it’s a yummy excuse for indulgence). When my husband I started dating, we decided that neither of us […]

Multicultural Children’s Book Day

IT’S FINALLY HERE!  That’s right, Multicultural Children’s Book Day has arrived! Today we are Celebrating: A giant blog tour and Link-up: Our BIG Multicultural Children’s Book Day linky is LIVE today (see the end of this post): 1) If you are a blogger: link up your multicultural children’s book reviews! 2) If you are a […]

World Religions: Faith Around the World Celebration Blog Hop, Book Review & Giveaway

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Disclosure: Wisdom Tales gave me a copy of this product free of charge. All opinions in my review are my own and I did not receive any other compensation. Do you ever wonder about other religions? Do you want to teach your children about the commonalities and differences in world religions? Here is the perfect […]

Calendars of the World

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  Way back, an undisclosed number of years ago (who wants to hint at their age after a certain point, right?!), I was a beginning Speech-Language Pathologist, experiencing all the thrills of a new career… and all the challenges, too. One of the biggest challenges of those first few months was a particular adult client […]

Join the #IMLD campaign to raise awareness for the International Mother Language Day!

#IMLD International Mother Language Day

The International Mother Language Day is observed every year on the 21st of February. UNESCO officially proclaimed the day in 1999 with the aim to promote “linguistic diversity and multilingual education” and to develop the “awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions all over the world” thereby inspiring “international solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue”. Language […]