Are you interested in receiving a FREE multicultural children’s book to review for MCCBD 2017? We have a new perk this year that will appeal to more than bloggers! In years past, we asked for BLOGGERS to sign up to receive a free book in return for a review on their blog which they linked… [Continue Reading]
Hard to believe that it’s time for the planning for MCCBD 2017 to begin! We have officially opened up Sponsorships for MCCBD 2017 and there has been great interest in the top spots already. If your publishing company, organization or author would like to remain involved in Multicultural Children’s Book Day please head over to… [Continue Reading]
Review by MCCBD Project Manager, Becky Flansburg Bilingual books are in high demand from parents, teachers and librarians, but it’s not often that one sees a English/Indonesian book much less one with such a timely topic. “What Can We Do with Garbage?” was written by author Visi Asriningtyas and Visi is keen to write about environmental… [Continue Reading]
Review by MCCBD Project Manager, Becky Flansburg Yet another awesome book from D. G. Driver… That truly was my first thought when I finished the final page of Whisper of the Woods and sat for a moment with my thoughts whirling. I connected with D.G. several years ago during the very first Multicultural Children’s Book… [Continue Reading]
It’s time for the 2nd Annual Multicultural Children’s Book Giveaway and KidLit TV is teaming up with Pragmatic Mom, Jump into a Book, Franticmommy, The Educators Spin On It, What We Do All Day, Teach Mama, and Multicultural Children’s Book Day to give parents, teachers, and librarians in need, a chance to win a multicultural book bundle for their school library. Libraries play an important role in everyone’s… [Continue Reading]
Reading should not be presented to children as a chore or duty.
it should be offered to them as a precious gift.
Children’s reading and play advocates Valarie Budayr from Jump Into a Book and Mia Wenjen from Pragmatic Mom have teamed up to create an ambitious (and much needed) national event and non-profit initiative.
Would you like to help us celebrate diversity in children’s literature by becoming a Multicultural Children’s Book Day Sponsor? Last year’s national multi-media event was a huge success.
Our world is filled with amazing sources of multicultural book ideas, websites, authors, organizations and other resources to help your family incorporate diverse books into your reading process.