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An Exceptional Opportunity for Authors and Book Reviewers

It’s hard to believe our 6th Multicultural Children’s Book Day online and offline celebration is less than two months away and it all began as a desire to right a wrong in the children’s book industry. Back in 2013, the original founder of  Jump Into a Book, Valarie Budayr, and fellow mom/book lover Mia Wenjen from PragmaticMom… Read More An Exceptional Opportunity for Authors and Book Reviewers

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A way to give your Favorite Diverse Author some Recognition

We all have family favorites when it comes to books for kids. The ironic thing is that oftentimes some of our favorite books are from authors that are not household names or even have been published traditionally. Hidden gems of multicultural children’s books lurk on every home’s bookshelves but because many of these favorite authors… Read More A way to give your Favorite Diverse Author some Recognition

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Weekend Links: A Roundup of Diverse Graphic Novels for Kids

Some may think that graphic novels are no more than a glorified comic book. We have to disagree. But first, what is a graphic novel? Wikipedia describes it best as “a book made up of comics content. Although the word “novel” normally refers to long fictional works, the term “graphic novel” is applied broadly and includes… Read More Weekend Links: A Roundup of Diverse Graphic Novels for Kids

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Love kids’ books? MCBD needs Diverse Kids’ Book Reviewers

Are you a fan of reading multicultural children’s or YA books and sharing your opinion of that book on social media? Better yet, would you like to be part of a non-profit online celebration that highlights diversity in kids’ literature in a positive and fun way? Yes? Perfect. Then Multicultural Children’s Book Day wants to… Read More Love kids’ books? MCBD needs Diverse Kids’ Book Reviewers

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The Girl with a Brave Heart: A Tale from Tehran #kidlitbookreview

The Girl with a Brave Heart: A Tale from Tehran by Rita Jahanforuz is a traditional tale about a kind, wise Persian girl named Shiraz. As a baby, Shiraz’s mother died, and her father soon remarried, giving her a new mother and a sister to grow up with. But when her father died, everything changed. Shiraz’s… Read More The Girl with a Brave Heart: A Tale from Tehran #kidlitbookreview

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Weekend Links: Some highlights from a very busy #childrensbookauthor

As of the writing of this blog post I am truly shocked that February is half over! And I thought JANUARY was a blur! It’s only been a few weeks since the 1/27/17 MCBD celebration and we can promise all of you that we are still recovering….but in a good way. Multicultural Children’s Book Day… Read More Weekend Links: Some highlights from a very busy #childrensbookauthor

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MCBD Book Review Round-Up: Green Pants and Bronze and Sunflower

Another Multicultural Children’s Book Day has come and gone and again, I am happy to say the event was a huge success! Every year (for the last 4) on January 27th we celebrate all of the great diversity and multicultural Children’s books out there. I am a little late in getting these two reviews posted from… Read More MCBD Book Review Round-Up: Green Pants and Bronze and Sunflower

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Multicultural Children’s Book Day Reviewers: Link Up Your Reviews HERE

Welcome to our 4th Multicultural Children’s Book Day! Here’s how to celebrate: Link up your diversity book reviews Win diversity book bundles at our Twitter Party tonight! We’re giving away 100+ children’s books from 9pm to 10pm EST. RSVP here. Use hashtag: #ReadYourWorld. Get your a copy of Read Your World: A Guide to Multicultural… Read More Multicultural Children’s Book Day Reviewers: Link Up Your Reviews HERE

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It’s Here! The Multicultural Children’s Day eBook is FREE until 1/31/17!

Starting Thursday, January 26th, through Tuesday, January 31st, our Multicultural Children’s Book Day ebook will be FREE on Amazon! Read Your World: A Guide to Multicultural Children’s Books for Parents and Educators is a “Best Of” list of diversity books lists for children contributed by 20 bloggers and 2 authors: Alex Baugh of Randomly Reading… Read More It’s Here! The Multicultural Children’s Day eBook is FREE until 1/31/17!