As parents and teachers, we’re skilled at choosing books with quality story lines that bring valuable lessons to our kids’ lives. Now is the time to make multicultural children’s books – an area of literature that has long been neglected – a top priority when selecting books for your home and classroom.
by I can’t believe that our Read Around The World Summer Reading Series has come to an end, but as I look back I see a huge resource of multicultural books for children, teens, and young adults. Here at Multicultural Kid Blogs we are eternally grateful to our multicultural bloggers (and friends) from around the world […]
by Once again, Multicultural Kid Blogs is delighted to participate in Multicultural Children’s Book Day! This annual celebration highlights children’s book titles that reflect diverse families and cultures. There are so many great events associated with the Multicultural Children’s Book Day including a Twitter party (see more below); book giveaways; book reviews; free multicultural books for teachers; free […]
by 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 […]
by March is Women’s History Month and we’ll be celebrating all month long at Multicultural Kid Blogs! We’re kicking off the party with a look at picture books that feature female role models of various ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Some are fictional and others introduce kids to real women. All provide kids with a window through […]