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Organizations and Books that Speak Up For Endangered Animals

Animals in the wild, especially ones that are at great risk and endangered don’t have a voice. We need to be their voice. And here’s how we can help. Books that Speak Up For Endangered Animals Hello Hello by Brendan Wenzel What caught my eye instantly with Hello Hello was that there is a Pangolin on the… Read More Organizations and Books that Speak Up For Endangered Animals

Multicultural Children's Book Day, Multicultural Children's Book Resources, Something To Do

#ReadYourWorld | 2 Barefoot Books that Encourage Global Citizens

Once upon a time… Two young mothers envision a magical world where everyone went barefoot…   The result was a flourishing company called Barefoot Books Founded in 1992, Barefoot Books has published 600+ multicultural books for children that encourage discovery, imagination, creativity and global citizenship. Their first app, Barefoot World Atlas, has 4 million downloads, and… Read More #ReadYourWorld | 2 Barefoot Books that Encourage Global Citizens

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Greek Mythology for young readers: The Adventures of Achilles by Hugh Lupton

  I am not sure if it’s the changing of the seasons or just the busy-ness of my life, but I’ve been in the mood to snuggle up with some of our favorite Greek Mythology books lately! Last month I shared a family favorite; The Adventures of Odysseus. This wonderful story, paired with vibrant illustration still… Read More Greek Mythology for young readers: The Adventures of Achilles by Hugh Lupton

Booklists

A Happy 100th Birthday! A National Parks Booklist and More

Happy Birthday to our National Parks! 100 years ago on August 25th, the National Parks were created to preserve the unique and wild areas of this vast and beautiful country. Author Terry Tempest Williams says, “Our national parks are memory palaces where our personal histories reside.” No truer statement can be said as my family… Read More A Happy 100th Birthday! A National Parks Booklist and More

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Naked Birds? Feathers for Peacock by Jacqueline Jules

Feathers for Peacock by Jacqueline Jules book review and Extension Activities Did you know that birds used to not have feathers? Learn the story via Feathers for Peacock by Jacqueline Jules; a beautiful tale of a collection of animals and their kindness They used to be naked, while all the other animals got to walk around… Read More Naked Birds? Feathers for Peacock by Jacqueline Jules

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Do You Have a Thinking Girl or Boy? It’s time for a Goosebottom Booklist

Multicultural Children’s Book Day came and went and WHAT an exciting day it was! To view the details, and see the huge book review Link-up, go here or here.  We had over 180 bloggers reviewing Multicultural and Diverse books for kids. It’s a great resource and a fun time is had by all. Now to… Read More Do You Have a Thinking Girl or Boy? It’s time for a Goosebottom Booklist

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The Audrey Press Holiday Book Sale!

It’s time! Time for The Audrey Press Holiday Book Sale!! Giving Young Readers the Gift that they can Open Again and Again! As the holiday season approaches, consider adding the gift of books to your shopping list. There are many wonderful booklists available for parents looking to give their child the gift of reading and… Read More The Audrey Press Holiday Book Sale!