Why are multicultural children’s books so important?
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As an adoptive mom of a little African girl, I am always on the search for multicultural children’s books that reflect the diversity of our world in an empowering and non-stereotypical way. It’s good to see an increasing number of … Read More

11 Multicultural Lullabies
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  I don’t think there’s ever been a baby who doesn’t love a lullaby! One of my favourite times of the day when my daughter was a baby was holding her in my arms at night and singing a soothing … Read More

Multicultural Book of the Month: Maybe Something Beautiful
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    Maybe Something Beautiful: How Art Transformed a Neighborhood written by F. Isabel Campoy and Theresa Howell, illustrated by Rafael López   What good can a splash of colour do in a community of gray? Maybe more than you … Read More

20 Children’s Books set in the Middle East & Northern Africa
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  August is Middle Eastern and Northern African Heritage Month! It serves to celebrate the rich history and diverse cultures of this vast region, stretching from Morocco in the West to Iran in the East, from Syria in the North … Read More

20 Multicultural Children’s Books about school
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  It’s back to school soon! A perfect time to read some books about school with your children! From first day at preschool to the first school day in a new country, from fun times at school to conflict and … Read More

23 Children’s Books set in South Africa
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  “We live with the hope that as she battles to remake herself, South Africa will be like a microcosm of the new world that is striving to be born.” ~ Nelson Mandela   Located at the tip of the … Read More

18 Multicultural Children’s Books about friendship
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  “We’ll be friends forever, won’t we, Pooh?” asked Piglet. “Even longer,” Pooh answered.”   One of the most important things we can teach our children is how to be a good friend. From making a friend at a new … Read More

Multicultural Book of the Month: The Girl Who Saved Yesterday
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The Girl Who Saved Yesterday written by Julius Lester, illustrated by Carl Angel The Girl Who Saved Yesterday tells the story of Silence. The young girl was cast out by her village because she tried to find her dead parents. … Read More

Diversity Calendar 2016 -2017
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  KidWorldCitizen has created this amazing Diversity Calendar for the school year 2016-17!   The calendar is a detailed collection of holidays around the world. It covers a wide range of holidays, from religious to environmental and fun ones. Have you ever … Read More

Author Spotlight: Faith Ringgold
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    Author Spotlight: Faith Ringgold Author, Artist, Educator, Civil Rights & Women’s Rights Activist African American artist and author Faith Ringgold was born in 1930, in Harlem, New York. As a child she suffered from asthma and had to … Read More

15 Multicultural Children’s Books based on famous songs
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  Music is my daughter’s biggest passion! Even as a baby she always got super excited when we put music on. As soon as she was able to clap her hands, she’d do so enthusiastically, especially to songs from Bob … Read More

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