Author name: Frances

Frances Díaz Evans is a Latina Author, Educator, Multicultural and Language Advocate. She holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of the East in Puerto Rico and a master's degree in Spanish education from the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina. She is the founder and writer of the multicultural, bilingual parenting website, Discovering the World Through My Son's Eyes and Discovering Español (Discovering Spanish), a business dedicated to teaching Spanish online. She can be found musing on her blog, Facebook and her favorite social media platform Instagram.

Read Around the World Summer Reading Series

Multicultural Kid Blogs is delighted to bring to you our 2nd annual Read Around the World Summer Reading Series beginning today, June 3rd through August 28th, 2015. Last summer we were introduced to Frida,  Diego Rivera, an Indian Princess named Aisha,  Miffy the Dutch bunny,   Ang Unang baboy sa Langit a Filipino pig,  a Russian […]

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Read Around The World Summer Reading Series

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.

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Back to School for Multicultural and Biracial Kids

This post is part of the Back to School with Kid Blogger Network Linky Party (see below). As a parent of a multicultural and biracial child we have been cultivating his racial and cultural awareness and identity since he was born. Encouraging him to accept and celebrate his and other’s differences is part of our

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Cinco de Mayo Celebration and the Influence of Mexican Culture in the U.S.

Per a report on Business Insider, Mexicans are amongst the largest ancestry groups in the United States.  Mexicans come in 4th place with a whopping 31+ million Mexicans living in the US. With Germans, Black/African Americans, and Irish preceding in the first three places. This post contains affiliate links.  If you click through and make a purchase, we receive

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