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Weekend Links: #DiverseKidlit of Wisdom Tales Press

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For the past 5+ years I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing some incredibly well thought out and beautifully produced books from a amazing publisher known as Wisdom Tales Press. Multicultural in nature with a window to the world of global wisdom, Wisdom Tales Press sends an invitation to us all to explore and discover our world.

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From its inception, Wisdom Tales Press jumped on board the Multi-cultural Children’s Book Day celebration by not only being our first platinum sponsor, but continuing to support and celebrate with us the beauty and diversity on this planet by being a platinum sponsor every single year.

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Celebrating the Vast Catalog of Wisdom Tales Press

Today we celebrate Wisdom Tales Press and all the beauty and wisdom they bring to us through their engaging stories, beautifully designed books and awe inspiring illustrations. They have opened a window to our world, introducing us to heroes we may have never heard of before. Ultimately, via their extensive library of wisdom, they are inspiring us to be the best people we can be by embracing our planets cultures and practicing respect of other faiths and traditions.. Multicultural in nature with a window to the world of global wisdom, Wisdom Tales Press sends an invitation to us all to explore and discover our world.

Like I mentioned above, over the years I have had plenty of opportunities to review books from Wisdom Tales Press. Here are only a few of my favorite reviews with extention activities for kids.

#ReadtheWorldMKB Summer Reading Series! The Rock Maiden: A Chinese Tale of Love and Loyalty

Custer’s Last Battle by Paul Goble {A Wisdom Tale’s Book}

How Do We Change Mine into Ours? The Olive Tree by Elsa Marston

An excellent #diversekidlit book about the lives of Lakota Indians

What would you do with a Dreidel that doesn’t Spin ?

The Conference of the Birds review and a look at Sufi Poetry

Reading is always an important part of our children’s lives no matter what time of year it is so I decided to wrap my knowledge of fun kidlit books and activities up with my experience as one of the co-founders of the very successful Multicultural Children’s Book Day and create a unique resource for parents who are looking for creative ways to keep their kids reading this summer. Reading is important, but so is helping our young readers learn about other cultures, religions and traditions through the pages of these books. Here are some great booklists and resources that I have created over the years at Jump Into a Book that will not only give parents and readers great ideas on diverse kids’ books, but fun activities related to books that will bring stories to life!
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