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Multicultural Kid Book Day Book Review Mystery of the Troubled Toucan

Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2022 Book Review: Mystery of the Troubled Toucan

Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2022 Multicultural Children’s Book Day is the successful annual celebration of multicultural children’s books. This year the party takes place online and offline on January 28, 2022. Mia Wenjen of Pragmatic Mom and Valerie Budayr of Jump Into a Book/Audrey Press founded this fantastic event to highlight books portraying underrepresented characters

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The Amazon Rainforest for Kids with Free Printable Mini-Book

As we raise kids to be global citizens, we want them to develop a sense of wonder at the big world around them.  Before they grow up into adults who protect the earth and care for it, they need to love it when they are little — who doesn’t love monkeys, butterflies, and rivers? Today

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Rio Report: One Multicultural Mama’s Experience at the World Cup

The World Cup is truly a multicultural event – global in a way that virtually no other sporting event is. For many, attending the World Cup is a lifelong quest or dream. I’ve followed the World Cup with a little bit of jealousy through the Facebook thread of a friend of mine, another multicultural mama, who

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