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In honor of our upcoming national event Multicultural Children’s Book Day: Celebrating Diversity in Children’s Literature, Platinum Sponsor Wisdom Tales Pres is offering one lucky reader the chance to win a full set of all Wisdom Tales books!
Yes, that’s right: You could win a full set of all Wisdom Tales books that are currently available! Here are the rules for this giveaway:
- Family members of World Wisdom (or Wisdom Tales) employees will not be eligible to win.
- Sorry, only entries from the United States can be accepted due to the high cost of shipping to other countries. No entries from other countries will be considered.
- The open period for entering the raffle starts on Monday, January 20 at midnight, and runs through Sunday, January 26 at 11:59 pm.
For more details, visit Wisdom Tales Press giveaway page HERE.
Monday is our big Multicultural Children’s Book Day Celebration! Visit either Jump Into a Book or PragmaticMom to enjoy a HUGE Multicultural Children’s Book book review link up. If you are a blogger who has written a blog post or review about a multicultural children’s book, please feel free to link up with us. If you are a parent, educator, teacher or librarian looking for new multicultural children’s book titles to share with your little (or big) readers, I promise it will be the motherload of great multicultural book titles!
If you are just joining us on this exciting journey you can read more about the mission and importance of this event here. My fellow co-creator Mia Wenjen from Pragmatic Mom would also like to say a huge “THANK YOU” to our MCCBD sponsors Wisdom Tales Press, Chronicle Books, Lee & Low Books, and Susan Daniel Fayad, author of My Grandfather’s Masbaha.
I always want to say thank you to the wonderful publishers and authors who donated multicultural books for our review bloggers:
Book donators: Author Margi Preus, Barefoot Books, Sleeping Bear Press, Arundel Publishing, author Renee Prewitt, The Magic Poof, Wisdom Tales Press, Chronicle Books, Lee & Low Books, and Susan Daniel Fayad, author of My Grandfather’s Masbaha.
Other Ideas to Celebrate MCCBD
Here are some ways you can help us celebrate Multicultural Children’s Book Day
- Visit The Multicultural Children’s Book Day page at Jump Into a Book.
- Visit our Multicultural Books for Kids Pinterest Board for more reading ideas.
- Have children bring in their favorite multicultural book to school on this day and share it with the class. If not today, some time in the near future.
- Visit Multicultural Children’s Book Day sponsors Wisdom Tales Press, Chronicle Books, Lee & Low Books and author Susan Daniel Fayad to discover new books to read.
- Check out the wonderful multicultural books and booklists on Jump Into a Book and PragmaticMom.
- Create a Multicultural Children’s Book Day display around the classroom or library.
- Have a conversation with your children, students or fellow educators as to what diversity in children’s literature really means. This event was create to raise awareness and start a dialogue.
What kind of celebration would this be is we didn’t have prizes? Barefoot Books publishes the most amazing, high-quality books and we want to give one lucky winner the chance to win a Barefoot Book Collection of books starting on Monday the 27th.
You can also visit these amazing MCCBD Book Bloggers for more great titles and book reviews.