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Introducing: Biracial Bookworms!

Happy Saturday!  We are so excited to have gotten to know Bethany Edwards, the driving force behind Biracial Bookworms!  Bethany cares passionately about education and traveling, and even has a course she teaches (link below).  We hope you enjoy the…

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Introducing Fitz Between the Shelves

Happy Weekend! We have another Sound Off Sunday post this week, because of another conference!  Both of us had an incredibly busy but educational time with conferences on back to back weekends.  We love to continue to grow and learn,…

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Coconut Kind of Day

Written by: Lynn Joseph Illustrated by: Sandra Speidel For Ages: 4 years and up Language: English Topics Covered: POC-Centric Narratives, Culture & Traditions, Caribbean Islands, Poetry, Community, Family, Love. Summary: This book is a collection of poems about life in…

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Introducing: Minds Hearts Books!

The Tiny Activist: Introduce yourself! Katie Spear: Hi! My name is Katie Spear and I’m a 4th grade Humanities teacher in Richmond, California. I’m a reader, a feminist, and mom to a very active toddler. TTA: What are you passionate…

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Introducing Mrs Koby’s Book Club

Happy Saturday everyone!  At least here in New England, it’s beginning to feel like spring.  This week, we are thrilled to introduce Abbey, the driving force behind Mrs. Koby’s Book Club!  Corrie is a little extra excited, because for a…

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Yo Soy Muslim

Written by: Mark Gonzales Illustrated by: Mehrdokht Amini For ages: 3 years and up Language: English & Spanish, mention of speaking Arabic (but none in book). Topics Covered: Family, Religion,Muslim Identity, Culture & Traditions, Love, Community, Islamophobia, Social-Emotional Learning, Multicultural Families.  Summary: This is an incredibly…

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Sky-High Sukkah

Written by: Rachel Ornstein Packer Illustrated by: Deborah Zemke For ages: 4 years and up Language: English and some Hebrew Topics Covered: Judaism, Community, Holidays, Jewish Culture and Traditions, Friendship. Summary: Leah has no place to build her Sukkah since they live in an apartment building….

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Introducing: Rad Girl Revolution

TTA: Introduce yourself! RGB: Hi there! We are Sharita Manickam and Jen Bruno. Sharita is the author and Jen is the photo illustrator for the empowering new children’s book, RAD Girl Revolution. We both reside in Forest Hills (Queens) NY….

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The Shofar Must Go On…

Written by: Lina Schwarz Illustrated by: Yong Chen For ages: 4 years and up Language: English Topics Covered: Family, Love, Religion, Jewish Culture & Traditions, Problem-Solving, Community.  Summary: It is almost Rosh Hashanah and Harry is missing his mother, a talented trumpeter, who is out of…

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Introducing: Colours of Us

  Happy Saturday!  Today we are featuring Colours of Us, a beautiful website run by Svenja.  This website is a catch-all for insightful blog posts, multicultural books, toys, and clothing.  After you finish reading our interview with Svenja, hop on…

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