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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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How we Foster a Multicultural Mindset in our Family - Multicultural Kid Blogs

How we Foster a Multicultural Mindset in our Family

Aside from being bilingual in Spanish and English and kicking off with his Tagalog (my national language from the Philippines), my son is in touch and connected with our world. He understands how big and diverse our universe is and even if we come from different backgrounds, ethnic groups, or origins, we are all the …

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4 Spectacular New Children’s Books Written by Black Authors

Black Authors in Literature are Important The Black community currently faces a huge problem. This problem is only growing worse during the pandemic: Low literacy rates, high dropout rates, and most books in curriculum and schools written by non-Black authors. According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), a sector of the U.S. Department …

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