Please welcome debut author Kris Dinnison today for our spotlight taking about her new novel You and Me and Him.
Today, we are shining the spotlight on illustrator and author Eric Velasquez and his latest picture book, New Shoes.
Stephen Hodges, author The Magic Poof, is one of our valued GOLD Sponsors for MCCBD 2015! The Magic Poof is a picture book series about a little girl with magic hair that is also her best friend.
“The Poof, a great ball of curly hair sits on top of Ange-Marie’s head. His magical and mischievous nature will LITERALLY pull her and her friends into new adventures! No world is off limits, and everything is possible with the Power of the Poof!”
We are so excited to announce our 2nd Multicultural Children’s Book Day January 27th, 2015 because we’ve added …
Multicultural Children’s Book Day Blogger Co-Hosts
We are excited to add our amazing Co-Hosts to help spread the word about diversity books for kids:
Africa to America
Today’s spotlight is on Kashmira Sheth talking about her latest book, Tiger in My Soup!
We are thrilled to welcome yet another author to our Multicultural Children’s Book Day Spotlight: Shining the Light on Inclusive Authors & Illustrators series! Today we are shining the spotlight on Conrad J. Storad, author of Gator Gator Second Grader. Welcome Conrad!
We are very excited to welcome yet another author to our Multicultural Children’s Book Day Spotlight: Shining the Light on Inclusive Authors & Illustrators series! Today we are welcoming author Natasha Yim. Her latest book with Charlesbridge is Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas.
Today, the Multicultural Children’s Book Day Spotlight is on JaNay Brown-Wood!
We are thrilled to welcome yet another author to our Multicultural Children’s Book Day Spotlight: Shining the Light on Inclusive Authors & Illustrators series! This week we are shining the spotlight on Sharon M. Draper, author of Stella by Starlight.
Sharon M. Draper is a professional educator as well as an accomplished writer. She has been honored as the National Teacher of the Year, is a five-time winner of the Coretta Scott King Literary Awards, and is a New York Times bestselling author. She was selected as Ohio’s Outstanding High School Language Arts Educator, Ohio Teacher of the Year, and was chosen as a NCNW Excellence in Teaching Award winner. She is a Milken Family Foundation National Educator Award winner, and was the Duncanson Artist-in-Residence for the Taft Museum. She is a YWCA Career Woman of Achievement, and is the recipient of the Dean’s Award from Howard University School of Education, the Pepperdine University Distinguished Alumnus Award, the Marva Collins Education Excellence Award, and the Governor’s Educational Leadership Award. [Read more…]
Illustrators series! This week we are welcoming Tricia Brown, author of Children of the Midnight Sun: Young Native Voices of Alaska.
Tricia Brown is an author, editor, and book developer. She travels often and is a popular speaker in schools, libraries, and events in Alaska as well as the Lower 48. Her multimedia presentations, which include lessons on Alaska natural history and culture, regularly receive high praise from educators and parents. She loves to get kids excited about reading, writing, and art. [Read more…]