Author name: Sarah Quezada

Sarah Quezada is a writer living in a talkative, Spanglish household in Atlanta. She has a master’s in sociology and writes regularly about faith, justice, and culture at sarahquezada.com. She is the author of Love Undocumented: Risking Trust in a Fearful World (Herald Press, 2018).

5 Multicultural Books for Summer Reading

Books are our favorite. They give us a peek into another world, another life, and in some cases, another culture. There are so many terrific books available for kids, but I thought I’d share a few multicultural books for summer reading from our family’s library that you might enjoy. Happy reading! This post contains affiliate […]

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Raising Multilingual Kids {Multicultural Kid Blogs Vlogging Telephone}

Did you ever play the game “Telephone” as a kid? One person whispers a sentence into the second person’s ear. Then, they whisper what they heard to the third person and so on and so on. Before you know it, “We love to vacation in Spain” turns into “We always eat tacos when it’s raining.”

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