Mix-up your Multicultural Holidays by Celebrating What’s Different

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This article is part of our Multicultural Holidays series.  You can submit your own story for publishing on Multicultural Familia via our submissions page here. We’re Different, We’re the Same by Jen Marshall Duncan When my kids were littler, we read this book over and over again. Sometimes we turned the pages looking for noses that looked […]

DONATE: Charlie & His Imaginary Friend Children’s Book {3 Days Left/$148 to Go!}

Charlie & His Imaginary Friend Children’s Book Four years ago, Qimmah Saafir and Popephoenix sat down in a Barnes & Noble, flipping through children’s books with the realization that diversity was still so illusive in publishing.  Since they both have children, it struck them all the more upsetting that their kids weren’t being represented in children’s […]

Virtual Book Tour: “Whoever You Are” by Mem Fox

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  “Whoever You Are” By Mem Fox, Illustrated by Leslie Staub, Published by Scholastic, Inc. 1997 For parents who would like to impart ideas about empathy, while exploring and celebrating our most basic human commonalities, Mem Fox’s Whoever You Are will be a welcomed and vital addition to your child’s home library.  The book will […]

Multicultural Children’s Book Review: “How We Are Smart”

I recently had the opportunity to read and review the multicultural children’s book, How We Are Smart, which features several hand-picked individuals from history who have made a name for themselves through their various talents and ambitions.  The book, written by W. Nikola-Lisa and illustrated by Sean Qualls, highlights the achievements of greats like Tito […]