(Sign-up for 2021 will be opening soon!)
January 29, 2021, marks Multicultural Children’s Book Day’s (MCBD) 8th year of getting diverse books into the hands of children, parents, guardians, teachers, and librarians!
And because Multicultural Cultural Children’s Book we want to encourage classrooms and libraries to celebrate offline as well as online, we’ve come up with a clever (and generous) way to help educators facilitate an MCBD celebration of their own.
The 2021 Offline Classroom/Library Event Project- Sign up to Get a FREE multicultural Swag Bag for Your Classroom or Library celebration! (Sign-up closes December 22nd!)
(Sign-up closes December 22nd!)
Sign up on the Google form below and the Multicultural Children’s Book Day team will send you a Swag Bag while supplies last! Our Swag Bag includes a free downloadable MCBD2020 poster along with special magnets and goodies for every student in your class!
WAIT! Want some free diverse kids’ books as well? Here’s how to get THREE free multicultural books:
Step One: Sign up for the opportunity to earn free books (Google form below)
Step Two: Take a photo of your MCBD-related classroom or library celebration (something we can share on social media) during the week of January 31, 2021
Resources! Enjoy our free resources our downloadable, Physical and Developmental Challenges Kit, Classroom Poverty Kit, Classroom Empathy Kit Kindness Kit and the 2018 Classroom Poverty Kit for those who are looking for books with activities. Both of these kits also contain exclusive classroom posters and our official MCBD2018 poster as well.
The 2020 Offline Classroom/Library Event Project | Classroom/Library/Home Celebration Ideas
We look forward to bringing the Multicultural Children’s Book Day magic to a classroom, library or gathering place in your hometown!
Questions and inquiries: email@example.com
The 2020 Offline Classroom/Library Event Project | More Helpful Details:
What is a Multicultural Book?
With the goal of bringing multicultural books to children that celebrate diversity, it is important that children are able to read books that they can relate to. Thus, a multicultural children’s book is characterized by the following:
· Books that include characters of color, as well as characters that represent a minority viewpoint.
· Books that share ideas, stories, and information about cultures, race, religion, language, and traditions.
· Books that embrace our world while providing children with new ways to connect with others within their environment.
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Reminder: The hashtag for this event is #ReadYourWorld