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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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DIY Christmas Ornaments Inspired by World Cultures

Making your own Christmas ornaments is a fun family activity while preparing for and enjoying the Christmas season. Here at Multicultural Kid Blogs, we aim to raise global citizens who celebrate diversity while recognizing the universal values that connect us. The following are five different ornaments you and your kids can make, either borrowing from an established Christmas …

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Marvelous Middle Grade Series by Katie McEnaney for Multicultural Kid Blogs

Marvelous Middle Grade Series (in Progress)

Middle grade readers LOVE series books. Eight- to twelve-year olds love the familiarity of well-known characters plus the excitement of multiple books worth of mystery and adventure.  If you really want to build anticipation, introduce your readers to new books or series-in-progress. This list of diverse must-reads for middle grade are all hugely popular in …

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