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

Top 10 Children’s Books about Kwanzaa
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  Not being from the U.S., I must admit I had never heard of Kwanzaa before starting this website. First created in 1966, black communities in America celebrate the festival of Kwanzaa from December 26 to January 1 as a … Read More

28 Multicultural Children’s Books about Adoption
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  This list has been a long time in the making, and it has proven quite difficult to put together. Adoption is a subject close to my heart, and with the amount of adoption books out there I wanted to … Read More

My 5 Most Popular Multicultural Children’s Book Lists of 2016
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My 5 Most Popular Multicultural Children’s Book Lists of 2016 50+ Picture Books about Mixed Race Families This is by far my most popular multicultural children’s book list of 2016! It has been shared over 40,000 times! With ever-increasing numbers … Read More

Multicultural Book of the Month: A Poem for Peter
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    A Poem for Peter: The Story of Ezra Jack Keats and the Creation of The Snowy Day written by Andrea Davis Pinkney, illustrated by Lou Fancher & Steve Johnson   A Poem for Peter is a beautiful homage to … Read More

12 Multicultural Children’s Books about the Nativity Story
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    Most Nativity scenes in the Western world portray Jesus with white skin and golden-brown hair. But other cultures around the world have their own takes on the Nativity story, depicting Jesus as Asian, Hispanic or African for example. … Read More

24 Multicultural Children’s Books about Christmas
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  I know Christmas is around the corner when my daughter pulls out her German Christmas Song CD and listens to it non-stop (usually way into the new year…). Time to search the internet up and down for the best … Read More

32 Native American Children’s Books
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  “I see a time of Seven Generations when all the colors of mankind will gather under the Sacred Tree of Life and the whole Earth will become one circle again.” ~ Crazy Horse   November is Native American Heritage … Read More

Multicultural Book of the Month: The Barefoot Book of Children
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    The Barefoot Book of Children written by Tessa Strickland & Kate DePalma, illustrated by David Dean   The Barefoot Book of Children is an amazing new release, bound to become a timeless classic. My daughter loves it! Created with … Read More

6 Children’s Books set in Ecuador
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  Lying on the equator, Ecuador is a South American country bordered by Colombia, Peru and the Pacific Coastline. It is the most biodiverse country in the world and features many UNESCO World Heritage Sites, most famously the Galápagos Islands. Apart from … Read More

12 Multicultural Children’s Books about Halloween
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  31st of October is Halloween! Believed to have originated in Ireland, Halloween is now celebrated in many countries around the world. With dressing up, trick-or-treating and lots of spooky fun it is many children’s most favourite holiday. Join in … Read More

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