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Immigration and Nature Conservancy | Same Sun as Here #Kidlit Review

The topic of immigration, refugees and empathy have been high on my list as of late, probably because the Multicultural Children’s Book Team and I were working diligently to create and release the 2018 Classroom Empathy Kit. We are so proud of how this free kit for parents, caregivers, homeschoolers, educators and librarians turn out!… Read More Immigration and Nature Conservancy | Same Sun as Here #Kidlit Review

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Weekend Links: World Rainforest Week Books and Activities

The week of October 9-113th is World Rainforest Week! Did you know that: Rain forests are important to our global ecosystem? Rain forests do SO much for our world. They provide a home to many plants and animals, help stabilize our world’s climate, protect us against flood, drought, and erosion, are a source for some medicines… Read More Weekend Links: World Rainforest Week Books and Activities

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MCBD’s Downloadable Classroom Empathy Kit (and a personal story)

Multicultural Children’s Book Day’s FREE Classroom Empathy Kit is ready to download and share! Now more than ever, a message of hope, compassion, empathy and understanding is needed. Now more than ever, children need to see themselves reflected in the pages of the books they read. Readers of all ages need to be able to… Read More MCBD’s Downloadable Classroom Empathy Kit (and a personal story)

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Atlas of Animal Adventures by Rachel Williams and Emily Hawkins

Guest post from Hannah Rials’ Reviewing Atlas of Animal Adventures by Rachel Williams Woah, okay this book has it all! Go on a journey across our planet discovery the amazing wildlife living in our forests, oceans, trees, and dirt! Crazy some creatures make their homes, huh? The Atlas of Animal Adventures is a thick book has some… Read More Atlas of Animal Adventures by Rachel Williams and Emily Hawkins

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Are you a multicultural book reviewer? This may be perfect for you!

I can’t believe the non-profit I co-founded with Mia Wenjen from PragmaticMom is going on it’s FIFTH year! As you may know, Multicultural Children’s Book Day (MCCBD) is a non-profit that works with authors to get their books reviewed during our online event and also works to get free diversity children’s books into the hands… Read More Are you a multicultural book reviewer? This may be perfect for you!

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Weekend Links: Kid-friendly Resources for National Hispanic Heritage Month

September may be drawing to a close, National Hispanic Heritage Month is in full swing! From September 15 to October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month; a national recognition thanks to The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and… Read More Weekend Links: Kid-friendly Resources for National Hispanic Heritage Month