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Until the Blueberries Grow, a review for Multicultural Children's Book Day | Multicultural Kid Blogs

Until the Blueberries Grow, a review for Multicultural Children’s Book Day

Until the Blueberries Grow by Jennifer Wolf Kam, illustrated by Sally Walker A Story About Change. Ben lives next door to his great-grandpa, Zayde (the Yiddish term for grandfather). When Zayde declares his intention to downsize, Ben begs him to stay “until the blueberries grow.” Then “until the grapes are ripe,” “until the snow falls,” …

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Marvelous Middle Grade Series by Katie McEnaney for Multicultural Kid Blogs

Marvelous Middle Grade Series (in Progress)

Middle grade readers LOVE series books. Eight- to twelve-year olds love the familiarity of well-known characters plus the excitement of multiple books worth of mystery and adventure.  If you really want to build anticipation, introduce your readers to new books or series-in-progress. This list of diverse must-reads for middle grade are all hugely popular in …

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Native Owned Businesses Your Family Will Love | Multicultural Kid Blogs

Native Owned Businesses Your Family Will Love

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month all year long with these fantastic Native owned businesses! The guide below includes everything from art to fashion, from books to food. All businesses included below are Native owned, either by individuals or communities. Most give back to Native communities in need and support other initiatives, for example, environmental sustainability, …

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