Author name: Daria

Educator and world music children's performer DARIA (Daria Marmaluk-Hajioannou) has spent over two decades performing in the USA and around the world, creating music to inspire all the world’s children. Along with numerous national awards for her culturally diverse music, Daria’s website (www.dariamusic.com) was given a Parent’s Choice Award and offers many great resources for teachers, parents and kids of all abilities.

Multicultural Children’s Book Day Book Review: What Did My Ancestors Eat?

What are your family’s favorite foods? What wonderful things do you prepare and eat at celebrations? Although most of us are familiar with our parents’ or grandparents’ immigrant journeys, have you ever thought about the food you eat? Or how have they traveled many miles with those who have come before us? What Did My […]

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An Interview with Native American Author Sondra Simone Segundo

  How would you like to go back in time and visit a Native American village on the coast of what is now Alaska or the Pacific Northwest? Haida author, illustrator, and artist, Sondra Simone Segundo does that with Killer Whale Eyes. In this unforgettable story with gorgeous illustrations, you travel back several centuries. Readers

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Make Your Own Morris Dancing Bells For Spring!

All over the world, there are wonderful traditions where people take simple items like dancing bells, shells or seeds and make them into bracelets, waist belts or anklets. Then, as they dance, they create part of the rhythm just by moving. Have you ever thought of the body as a musical instrument? In the British

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