Twitter party with giveaways for MCBD 1-25-2019 — that’s tonight! If you register you may win books and SWAG donated for Multicultural Children’s Book Day.
- Join us tonight at our 6th annual Twitter Party! Follow @McChildsBookDay to join in on the diverse book discussions, discover new titles and authors and for a chance to win one of our twelve book bundles and other awesome swag. Party time is 9 pm to 10 pm EST. RSVP here. Use hashtag: #ReadYourWorld.
- Get your copy of our diverse kidlit book recommend-packed ebook, Read Your World: A Guide to Multicultural Children’s Books for Parents and Educators. It’s FREE today through January 27th, 2019! Yes! For people who have KindleUnlimited it’s free for them all of the time. Or, later you can pay the low price and help support this effort. non-affiliate link
Read Your World: A Guide to Multicultural Children’s Books for Parents and Educators brings together booklists from blogging and author contributors who have participated in Multicultural Children’s Book Day. Each list is created around a topic or theme. Themes include Diversity as Everyday, Africa, Antarctica, Australia, Asia, Middle East, South America, World Religion, LGBT, Special Needs, Latin America, Asian American, African American and much more.
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The Green Study has published a new post and includes MCBD as part of her very intelligent thoughts today! She discusses thinking about how the world is connected and also shares her thoughts on her latest readings. Fearless Friday: The Importance of Curiosity is the title of the post. She states:
Curiosity is the basis of critical thinking. And we need it more in the world than ever.
This year I reviewed A Morning with Grandpa and made a free supporting teacher printable.
I have shared this information on the New Book Review hosted by Carolyn Howard-Johnson, as well, about easy ways to get involved in this worthwhile project.
OK, ready, set, register . . . and I hope you win some books!