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Celebrate Diversity with Multicultural Children’s Book Day

In recent years there has been increased attention to the lack of diversity in children’s literature.  In response to this appalling trend, Mia Wenjen from Pragmatic Mom and Valarie Budayr from Jump Into a Book/Audrey Press created Multicultural Children’s Book Day, a unique event whose mission is to not only raise awareness for the kid’s …

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Multicultural Children’s Book Day: Interview with the Founders

Multicultural Children’s Book Day – the annual event to celebrate and encourage the publication of multicultural books for children – is coming on January 27, and we at Multicultural Kid Blogs are thrilled to be a co-host this year!  (And also tickled that 7 of the 8 other co-hosts are MKB members!) I recently had …

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Celebrating Multicultural Children’s Books: The Magic Poof – A New Friend {Picture Book of the Day}

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links.  If you click through and make a purchase, we receive a small commission. We first met “The Poof” a year and a half ago when a friend connected us to Stephen Hodges, the author of the multicultural children’s books The Magic Poof and The Magic Poof: A New Friend. My …

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Black Girl Magic: Wonderful Books for Kids

It’s hard to overstate the need for diversity in children’s literature. Thankfully, there are more great children’s books available that not only have diverse characters but diverse protagonists. That is, non-white characters are not only included as token minority friends of the main character but increasingly are being cast as main characters themselves. To celebrate, here …

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