50 days of summer with 50 multicultural recommendations from around the world!
As the summer comes to an end so does our Read Around The World Summer Reading Series. Multicultural bloggers (and friends) from around the world have come together during this season to bring to us their favorite multicultural books for children, teens, and young adults.
I’m truly overjoyed when I look at the Read Around The World Summer Reading Series and read the titles. Some are familiar multicultural children’s books, others are completely new that I’ll be sure to jot down to look for them in our local library.
If you’re like our bloggers (who love a good multicultural children’s book), you too will be amazed by the variety of diverse kid lit on culture, friendship, language, and life lessons that can be found in books from around the world in countries, such as:
- East Turkestan
- West Africa/Caribbean
- New Zealand
- South Africa
- The Netherlands
- Artic (Alaska)
- East Africa
- Republic of Georgia
- Costa Rica
Although our summer reading series has come to an end you’ll always be able to find a diverse selection on good reads for you children here, and on our Pinterest board. Make sure to pin your favorite multicultural children’s book!
Last but not least, a huge thank you to all the participating bloggers for your wonderful recommendations! We can’t wait to see what you’ll have in store for next summer!by
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Eolia Disler says
Thanks to YOU Frances for all your management tips and tasks! You were awesome!
Thank you Eolia for your kind words, and thank you again for your participation!
Giselle Shardlow - Kids Yoga Stories says
Thanks to Leanna and Frances for a fun summer reading series – and now a fabulous resource of quality multicultural books. This project is a great reminder of ways to enjoy reading over the summer to combat the “summer learning loss” that occurs with some children not reading while they are out of school. Thank you!