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Weekend Links: More Great Multicultural Children’s Book Links & Summer FUN

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It’s time for Weekend Links! These are my top picks from my weekly internet travels. Enjoy!

I just LOVE this Fairy Tales in Different Cultures post from Craft Moms Share: The Golden Slipper: A Cinderella Tale from Ukraine is an amazing example of a great multicultural children’s book!

 

 

Imagination Soup had some great picks for new books for 8-12 year olds.

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Africa to American had a great blog post about Children’s Books About Australia: A List

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Here’s another fun one! (Kid-Friendly) Drinks from around the world!!! ‪ from Kid World Citizen

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Past Multicultural Children’s Book day sponsor Lee and Low Books: Drinks from Around the World- Kid World Citizen

Past Multicultural Children’s Book Sponsor Lee and Low Books offered up a post about diverse books that can compliment your summer fun (specifically visiting National and State Parks).


The start of a school year is just around the corner and fellow blogger Mia from PragmaticMom had some awesome Multicultural Starting School Books for Kids.

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Speaking of the Discover Your World Summer Reading Extravaganza, we had some wonderful guest bloggers this week!

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Erik from This Kids Reviews offered up his review of a great new series for middle readers.

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Jodie from Growing Book by Book showed our readers a great multicultural book plus a yummy way to incorporate NOODLES!

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What great reads have YOU found this week?

 

2 thoughts on “Weekend Links: More Great Multicultural Children’s Book Links & Summer FUN

  1. You know, I’ve never gotten around to reading fairy tales from other countries/cultures, but a few. These look so appealing! 🙂 Thanks, Valarie!

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