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#ReadYourWorld Book Jam 2017: Authors Share their Fav Booklists

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Things are just humming along in a crazy-busy when it comes to prep for yet another Multicultural Children’s Book Day holiday! There is SO MUCH exciting things going on. We already have over 250 children’s book reviewers signed up and some truly impressive 2017 Medallion Level Sponsors and Authors Sponsors already on board. It’s shaping up to be yet another exceptionally successful celebration of diversity in children’s literature.

We are also thrilled to be working with the Children’s Book Council to spotlight 24 diversity authors and illustrators in celebration of Multicultural Children’s Book Day! They will each be sharing eight multicultural children’s books during the months of January and February.

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January 2: Jo Meserve Mach and Vera Lynne Stroup-Rentier

January 3: Darcy Pattison


January 4: Crystal Smith

January 5: Linda Williams Jackson

January 9: Francisco Vallejo

January 10: Michael Smith

January 11: Curtis C. Chen

January 12: Shannon Jones

January 14: SF Said

January 15: Stephanie Campisi

January 16: The Editors at Science, Naturally

January 17: Luis Amavisca

January 23: Erin Dealey and Luciana Navarro Powell

January 22: Louise Gornall

January 23: Carl Angel

January 24: J. Torres

January 30: Farhana Zia

January 31: Cynthia Levinson

February 1: Aram Kim

February 2: Julius Lester

February 6: Stacy McAnulty

February 7: Brynne Barnes

February 8: Alice Pung

February 9: Soman Chainani

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To find more diverse and multicultural books for children, please check out our Diversity Book Lists & Activities for Teachers and Parents. We also have Pinterest board full of ideas: