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It’s been a SNOW FESTIVAL all this week! With all the white stuff on the ground and the kids off of school, might as well celebrate, right?
This week kicked off my super-fun-book-filled Snow Festival here at JIAB. In case you missed it, here’s a recap:
Snow Festival Day 1:
Blizzard is a true life account of the Blizzard of 1978 and what followed for author John Rocco.
Plus: Homemade Hot Chocolate and How to Make Snow Shoes Out of Tennis Rackets
Snow Festival Day 2:
This playful depiction of a snowy day and the transformation of a city is perfectly captured in simple, poetic text and lively watercolor and pen-and-ink illustrations.
Plus: Homemade Snow Cream
Who couldn’t love Poppy in her little red hat going to a winter’s feast?
Plus: Make a Message Crown
The Story of Snow by Mark Cassino celebrates the magic of snow through science, math, language arts, music, and visual art activities.
Plus: Paper Snowflakes and Snow Storm in a Jar
Snow Festival Day-5 Snowflake Bentley and Creating your own Snowflake Exhibit!
Snow Festival Day 6-–A Snow Booklist.
NEWS! Multicultural Children’s Book has is getting BIGGER and gaining momentum more and and more every day! With 9 CoHosts, 15 super Sponsors, over 125 bloggers, and countless authors and publishers donating multicultural children’s books, this wonderful event promises to be bigger and better than ever. Our ultimate goal is to shine the spotlight on multicultural children’s books and offer up resources for parents, caregivers, teachers and librarians to continue to help kids “see themselves” in the pages of a book.You can view our Author Blogroll Sponsor Page HERE
, our Virtual Book Drive (through First Book) page HERE
and please watch for (and re-tweet!) our event hashtag #ReadYourWorld.)
Multicultural Children’s Book Day Paper.li- Paper.li’s are like online newspapers that curate news and articles from all over the www on the topic of your choice. Our new MCCBD Paper.li focuses on multiculturism and diversity in children’s literature. You can take a peek and even subscribe HERE
Happy New Year everyone!