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Multicultural Children's Book Day (MCBD for short) is on January 27, 2017. This special day is in its fourth year of celebration and I'm glad to participate again by reviewing 2 wonderful books filled with diverse content.  Read the rest→

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As an Indian mom raising her sons in suburban America, I have often felt confused between the culture I grew up in and the one where I now live. For instance, starting in elementary school all the way to high school, my education was dominated by exams at least twice a year. These truly were high-stakes examinations as failure could result in being held back in the same grade for a year while all of one’s friends moved up. Compared to that scenario, my children who are both in elementary school have no tests or exams to worry about. Even their performance on the dreaded PARCC exams have no direct consequences for them as it is their schools that are held accountable rather than them. Therefore, it has been something of a mystery to me why parents worry about their children being traumatized by these exams.  Read the rest→

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Here are three multicultural books that girls will definitely enjoy. Each is part of a series that is fun and humorous. So if your kids want to read more of a character, more books are available! They feature multi-cultural characters and explore important themes.  Read the rest→

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This is my second year as a book reviewer for Multicultural Children’s Books Day (MCCBD) and I’m happy to review the Museum Mysteries series by Steve Brezenoff. Multicultural Children’s Books Day is the much-needed initiative started by bloggers Mia Wenjen from Pragmatic Mom and Valerie Budayr from Jump Into A Book to bring books featuring diverse characters into the hands of children, educators, parents, caregivers and librarians across the country.  Read the rest→

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