Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2018
Multicultural Children’s books are:
- Books that contain characters of color, as well as characters that represent a minority point of view.
- Books that share ideas, stories, and information about cultures, race, religion, language, and traditions.
- Books that embrace our world, and offer children new ways to connect to a diverse and richer world.
Multicultural Children’s Book Day Bookmark!
I created a bookmark that you can PRINT to keep as a keepsake for participating with us in Multicultural Children’s Book Day! I’ve created it as a set of 3 to print so you can keep 1 and share with a few friends or print for your child’s class! Perfect for teachers to print too for their students! PRINT HERE!
Multicultural Books and Activities for Kids
There will also be many bloggers and educators from around the world sharing the featured Multicultural children’s books this year along with their reviews and book activities to celebrate this multicultural books. Here’s the books & activities from 2017’s event. At the end of this post you can see this year’s Book Reviews for 2018.
I’ll be participating a twitter party with the hosts and would like to invite you to participate and perhaps ENTER TO WIN on of 12 diversity book packages for your home or school. The chat is on January 27 at 9pm EST.
You can see the questions and book bundle prizes here.
Participants can use the hashtag #ReadYourWorld to find & join the party on Twitter.
REGISTER HERE to be able to win!!
Photos from Your #ReadYourWorld Event
If you have any pictures to share of your local schools or community celebrating Multicultural Children’s Book Day please feel free to share on social media with the hashtag #ReadYourWorld AND/OR EMAIL to me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can feature them on The Educators’ Spin On It.com highlighting families, libraries and schools celebrating Multicultural Children’s Book Day.
Summary of Event for #ReadYourWorld
FIRST, a giant blog tour —
so that readers, parents, teachers, librarians, and caregivers can explore lots of books with diversity content via book reviews, book lists, and links.
SECOND, a giant networking event —
to connect organizers, sponsors, co-hosts, bloggers, and others interested in expanding awareness of, and promotion of multicultural children’s books via our Twitter Party.
THIRD, an offline classroom, library or gathering place celebration —
a chance for students, educators and parents to celebrate diversity and multicultural books in locations where they are needed.
CONNECT: Use hashtag #ReadYourWorld for social media.
Thanks for working to ensure that every child can see themselves in the books they read as the explore the world and it’s diverse culture.
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Welcome to the 5th annual Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2018 #ReadYourWorld Book Review Linkup
Here’s how to celebrate:
- Link up your diversity book reviews. DIVERSE CHILDREN’S BOOK REVIEWS ONLY PLEASE. Non-relevant adds will be deleted
- Find new books to read for your home or classroom bookshelf by following our #READYOURWORLD hashtag on social media.
- Win diversity book bundles at our Twitter Party tonight! We’re giving away 100+ children’s books from 9pm to 10pm EST 1/27/18 at 9pm.
RSVP here. Use hashtag: #ReadYourWorld.
- Buy a copy-support a teacher. Grab your a copy of Read Your World: A Guide to Multicultural Children’s Books for Parents and Educators.
- Take a moment to visit all of our amazing Medallion Level and Author Sponsors to discover even more great multicultural books for kids and young adults: