Children’s Books About African-American Ballerinas: Michaela DePrince

This week the spotlight is on children’s books featuring African-American ballerinas. Why choose books about African-American ballerinas? First of all, because there are a lot of great reasons to read diversely. Secondly, because a lot of good things can come … Continue reading

World Food Alphabet Children’s Book

Today we’re featuring photographer, food writer, and restauranteur Chris Caldicott’s book World Food Alphabet, which was just re-released in paperback. World Food Alphabet starts with a breathtaking color photograph of bright orange apricots laid out to dry against the dramatic … Continue reading

Multicultural Children’s Book Day Shines with Sparkalina

Have you heard the big news? It’s time for the second annual  Multicultural Children’s Book Day: Celebrating Diversity in Children’s Literature being held on Tuesday, January 27, 2015. The co-creators of this event are Mia Wenjen from Pragmatic Mom and … Continue reading