As parents and teachers, we’re skilled at choosing books with quality story lines that bring valuable lessons to our kids’ lives. Now is the time to make multicultural children’s books – an area of literature that has long been neglected – a top priority when selecting books for your home and classroom.
by Celebrating Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2019 with Kitab World Multicultural Kid Blogs is excited to be celebrating Multicultural Children’s Book Day, an annual literary celebration that highlights children’s books reflecting diverse families and cultures. As a parent with a multicultural family who also values travel, participating in Multicultural Children’s Book Day provides an opportunity […]
by What do you know about Malawi? Malawi is a small, landlocked country in southeastern Africa with diverse wildlife and a gorgeous landscape. Here are 8 fun facts about this beautiful country, plus books to learn more! 8 Fun Facts About Malawi 1. The official language is English! But there are many other languages spoken […]
by In 1990, President George H. W. Bush designated November as National American Indian Heritage Month, also referred to as Native American Heritage Month. Months honoring marginalized people groups are important for bringing awareness of the stories of these people into mainstream consciousness. Of course, we want to celebrate Native American cultures and heritages all […]
by Another summer season is coming to an end, and with it so is our Read Around The World Summer Reading Series. We are so thankful for multicultural bloggers (and friends) from around the world who have shared their favorite kid lit from around the world who make this possible. We were especially excited to add Instagram […]