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Multicultural Children’s Book Day Book Review: What Did My Ancestors Eat?

What are your family’s favorite foods? What wonderful things do you prepare and eat at celebrations? Although most of us are familiar with our parents’ or grandparents’ immigrant journeys, have you ever thought about the food you eat? Or how have they traveled many miles with those who have come before us? What Did My […]

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MKB Interviews Aditi Wardhan Singh, Author of “Within”

I’m very pleased to introduce you to Aditi Wardhan Singh! She has just published her short story collection Within: Short Stories for the Evolving Multicultural Woman, and I was able to chat with Aditi about her new book, her writing career, and multiculturalism more generally. Note: This interview has been edited for length and clarity.

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Book Reviews for Multicultural Children’s Book Day

Disclosure: Thank you to TimTimTom Books and Barefoot Books for providing copies to review. All opinions are the author’s own. For Multicultural Children’s Book Day this year, Multicultural Kid Blogs was chosen to review Underwater Adventure from TimTimTom and Amazing Places from Barefoot Books. I’m so honored I got to review these two books to celebrate and

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3 Filipino Educational and Multicultural Picture Books

As a mother to a multilingual family of three kids and six languages, I enjoy finding picture books to read with my kids in any language that covers the basics like colors, numbers, shapes, and the alphabet. Jocelyn Francisco’s three Filipino multicultural picture books entitled “Abakada,” “Oh My Kulay,” and “Isa Dalwa Tatlo…Ito ay obalo”

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