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Weekend Links: Booklists that Share the Power of Diverse Reading

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Welcome to Weekend Links! This is my chance every weekend to share the best-of-the-best in the way of wonderful booklists and links that I have discovered during my Internet travels. This week I have found some amazing books that will help guide and grow our young readers and share some booklists that share the Power of Diverse Reading.

Since the creation of Multicultural Children’s Book Day; a non profit that works to get diverse children’s books into the hands of young readers, the importance of books that allow children’s to “see” themselves within the pages has truly been on my radar. This week I am sharing a great list of multicultural books for you to enjoy and add ot your family’s reading list. Enjoy!

The Power of Diverse Books by Mia Wenjen (guest post from the Nerdy Book Club)

Here’s an excellent multicultural booklist from the Styling Librarian


Multicultural Adoption Books for Kids

multicultural books about adoption
14 Kids books about Refugees at

Your child loves animals?? They’ll love learning about Singapore’s wildlife, and reserves at Discovering the World Through my Son’s Eyes.

Books for Raising Global Kids: I See the Sun with FREE Printable at Educators Spin on It


Great Picture Books about Ramadan and Muslim Culture at the Logonauts

Books about Ramadan

Happy reading!

But, before you go….
My newest book, Dragons are Real will be available and the excitement is almost blowing the roof off at Jump Into a Book/Audrey Press headquarters!

Dragons are real

SO…what if I told you that all of the fairy tales, myths and legends that have been told about dragons over the years are WRONG. What if I told you that Dragons are indeed Real and that they are different than you’ve ever imagined?
This fairly true story is based on the author’s childhood friendship with a REAL live Dragon; a very special Dragon that she and her brother spent two magical summers with.

As readers turn the pages and learn the truth about Dragons, they will see that the fiercest beasts in known history can actually be the best of friends. It’s a lesson in finding companionship in the most unusual of places. Dragons are Real is a magical book filled with stunning illustrations and hints that dragon are indeed all around us 🙂

Dragons are Real is now available for purchase on both Amazon and Gumroad! We are also offering a special free bonus gift of a Dragons Are Real Inspiration Activity Guide when you purchase your copy of this enchanting picture book.

1 thought on “Weekend Links: Booklists that Share the Power of Diverse Reading

  1. I need to read Viva Frida!
    It took me forever to finally get my hands on The Joy Luck Club, I don’t know why, but it did, and I’m glad it finally happened. It was a good book that had my attention for a weekend. 🙂
    Thanks for sharing your list with us at #MMBH

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