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 There’s a movement underway to bring attention to the need for more multicultural children’s books and to bring more of those books into classrooms and libraries. Here are 3 reasons why it’s so important that kids have access to more multicultural books with characters as diverse as our communities. 1. See Yourself in the Pages […]
by I am excited to participate in a book review for Multicultural Children’s Book Day, the annual event to celebrate and encourage the publication of multicultural books for children. The co-creators of this unique event are Mia Wenjen from Pragmatic Mom and Valarie Budayr from Jump Into a Book/Audrey Press. You can find a bio for Mia and Valarie […]