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Diverse Kid Lit, December 2nd, 2017

Welcome to #DiverseKidLit ! Please join us in sharing your diverse children's book links and resources, as well as visiting other links to find great suggestions and recommendations.

What Is #DiverseKidLit?

Diverse Children's Books is a book-sharing meme designed to promote the reading and writing of children's books that feature diverse characters. This community embraces all kinds of diversity including (and certainly not limited to) diverse, inclusive, multicultural, and global books for children of all backgrounds. We encourage everyone who shares to support this blogging community by visiting and leaving comments for at least three others. Please also consider following the hosts on at least one of their social media outlets. Spread the word using #diversekidlit and/or adding our button to your site and your diverse posts.
DiverseKidLit
We hope this community serves as a resource for parents, teachers, librarians, publishers, and authors! Our next linkup will be Saturday, January 6th and the first Saturday of each month.

Most Clicked Post from Last Time

The most-clicked post from the previous #diversekidlit was on Diverse Female Superheroes and in Children's Books ... and Why We Need Them by author Sonia Panigrahy. She shares about her own diverse female superhero as well as some important thoughts about the need to share and promote books like this for all children. Thank so much to Bethany at Biracial Bookworms for sharing this great interview!

#DiverseKidLit is Hosted by:

 Gauri @ Kitaab World an online bookstore for South Asian children's books, toys and games Blog / Twitter / Facebook / PinterestInstagram 
 Gayle Swift, Author of ABC, Adoption & Me Blog / Twitter / Facebook / Google+ 
 Mia @ Pragmatic Mom Blog / Twitter / Facebook / Pinterest / Instagram 
 Myra @ Gathering Books Blog / Twitter / Facebook 
 Shoumi Sen, Author of Toddler Diaries Blog / Twitter / Facebook

Want to be notified when the next #diversekidlit linkup goes live? Click here to join the mailing list. Interested in joining as a host or an occasional co-host? Contact katie at thelogonauts.com. (Never participated in a linkup before? Please click here for a more detailed step-by-step.)

Get #DiverseKidLit Recommendations on Pinterest!

Our Pinterest board highlights a wide range of amazing posts and resources for Diverse Children's Books. Please consider following the board for even more great books!

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Diverse Kid Lit November 4th, 2017


Welcome to #DiverseKidLit ! Please join us in sharing your diverse children's book links and resources, as well as visiting other links to find great suggestions and recommendations.

What Is #DiverseKidLit?

Diverse Children's Books is a book-sharing meme designed to promote the reading and writing of children's books that feature diverse characters. This community embraces all kinds of diversity including (and certainly not limited to) diverse, inclusive, multicultural, and global books for children of all backgrounds. We encourage everyone who shares to support this blogging community by visiting and leaving comments for at least three others. Please also consider following the hosts on at least one of their social media outlets. Spread the word using #diversekidlit and/or adding our button to your site and your diverse posts.
DiverseKidLit
We hope this community serves as a resource for parents, teachers, librarians, publishers, and authors! Our next linkup will be Saturday, December 2nd and the first Saturday of each month.

Most Clicked Post from Last Time

The most-clicked post from the previous #diversekidlit was Svenja's incredible resource: 37 children's books to help talk about racism and discrimination. This list is helpfully divided into books for elementary, middle, and high school ages and includes a brief description of each along with the cover image. Definitely one to bookmark and come back to again and again!

#DiverseKidLit is Hosted by:

 Gauri @ Kitaab World an online bookstore for South Asian children's books, toys and games Blog / Twitter / Facebook / PinterestInstagram 
 Gayle Swift, Author of ABC, Adoption & Me Blog / Twitter / Facebook / Google+ 
 Mia @ Pragmatic Mom Blog / Twitter / Facebook / Pinterest / Instagram 
 Myra @ Gathering Books Blog / Twitter / Facebook 
 Shoumi Sen, Author of Toddler Diaries Blog / Twitter / Facebook

Want to be notified when the next #diversekidlit linkup goes live? Click here to join the mailing list. Interested in joining as a host or an occasional co-host? Contact katie at thelogonauts.com. (Never participated in a linkup before? Please click here for a more detailed step-by-step.)

Get #DiverseKidLit Recommendations on Pinterest!

Our Pinterest board highlights a wide range of amazing posts and resources for Diverse Children's Books. Please consider following the board for even more great books!

Share Your Link Below

Diverse Kid Lit, October 6th, 2017

Our theme for this #DiverseKidLit is #ownvoices. The #ownvoices hashtag was created to draw attention to diverse authors and illustrators who are creating books that honor their own heritage and experiences. (As always, the theme is only a suggestion. Diverse posts on alternate topics are always welcome.)

What Is #DiverseKidLit?

Diverse Children's Books is a book-sharing meme designed to promote the reading and writing of children's books that feature diverse characters. This community embraces all kinds of diversity including (and certainly not limited to) diverse, inclusive, multicultural, and global books for children of all backgrounds. We encourage everyone who shares to support this blogging community by visiting and leaving comments for at least three others. Please also consider following the hosts on at least one of their social media outlets. Spread the word using #diversekidlit and/or adding our button to your site and your diverse posts.
DiverseKidLit
We hope this community serves as a resource for parents, teachers, librarians, publishers, and authors! Our next linkup will be Saturday, November 4th and the first Saturday of each month.

Upcoming Theme

Themes are a suggestion only; all diverse book posts are welcome. Do you have a suggestion for a future theme? Share your ideas with us at katie at thelogonauts dot com.


    Most Clicked Post from Last Time

    The most-clicked post from the previous #diversekidlit was Myra's linkup post about Remembering Auschwitz through a picture book and a graphic novel. This post shares two powerful resources about the Holocaust in general, and Auschwitz specifically, as well as links to other sources. Thank you for sharing, Myra.

    Welcome, Bethany!

    #diversekidlit is excited to welcome new host, Bethany, of Biracial Bookworms. Bethany is an educator, blogger, world traveler, wife, and mom to two wonderful girls who inspired her web site. You can read more about her and her family here. We are thrilled to have Bethany joining our community as a host and advocate! Please follow here online: Blog / Twitter / Facebook / Pinterest / Instagram / Goodreads.

    #DiverseKidLit is Hosted by:

    Katie @ The Logonauts Blog / Twitter / Facebook / Pinterest
     Becky @ Franticmommmy Blog / Twitter / Facebook / Pinterest / Instagram
     Bethany @ Biracial Bookworms Blog / Twitter / Facebook / Pinterest / Instagram / Goodreads Carolina @ La Clase de Sra. DuFault Blog / Twitter / Facebook / Google+
     Gauri @ Kitaab World an online bookstore for South Asian children's books, toys and games Blog / Twitter / Facebook / PinterestInstagram
     Gayle Swift, Author of ABC, Adoption & Me Blog / Twitter / Facebook / Google+
     Marjorie @ Mirrors Windows Doors Blog / Twitter / Facebook / Pinterest Mia @ Pragmatic Mom Blog / Twitter / Facebook / Pinterest / Instagram
     Myra @ Gathering Books Blog / Twitter / Facebook
     Shoumi Sen, Author of Toddler Diaries Blog / Twitter / Facebook

    Want to be notified when the next #diversekidlit linkup goes live? Click here to join the mailing list. Interested in joining as a host or an occasional co-host? Contact katie at thelogonauts.com. (Never participated in a linkup before? Please click here for a more detailed step-by-step.)

    Get #DiverseKidLit Recommendations on Pinterest!

    Our Pinterest board highlights a wide range of amazing posts and resources for Diverse Children's Books. Please consider following the board for even more great books!

    Share Your Link Below

    La primavera


    Llegó la primavera y aunque no se note, ya están apareciendo los animalitos de la estación. Minnesota tuvo una pequeña nevada recientemente, pero no es razón para ignorar lo que esta pasando alrededor. 
    Me tomé el tiempo de crear este producto con fotos personales (tomadas por mi esposo) de diferentes lugares de USA. Algunas son de Minnesota y otras de Washington DC. 



    Este producto esta dirigido más que nada para los grados mayores 3-5 y contiene hojas para aprender de la primavera, los patos, las libélulas, la mariposa, las flores y muchos más. 


    Cada tema viene con preguntas y actividades para hacer después de la lectura. Espero que sea un producto que les sirva en clases. Especial para repasar el texto de no ficción. 

     




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    La anunciación de la Virgen María


    Siguiendo con las celebraciones de Cuaresma, este sábado pasado fue la celebración de la Anunciación de la Virgen María. Para introducir este tema, le mostré a mi clase un pequeño video que explica claramente el sentido de esta fecha.


    Estoy obsesionada con los títeres que diseñé en uno de mis últimos productos, así es que usamos uno de ellos para celebrar este día.



                                             

    Aprovechamos de repasar el Ave María en una hoja de trabajo con el ángel Gabriel. Me gustó ver el resultado junto a los títeres de la Virgen, el ángel Gabriel, y San José. Aunque no se ven en las fotos,  los pueden bajar gratis desde mi tienda TPT. 

        




      

    San Patricio


    Mi clase (y yo) aprendimos algunas cosas nuevas este día de San Patricio. Como por ejemplo,  el verdadero significado del trébol durante esta celebración. Inteligente, San Patricio.

    1. San Patricio es originario de Gran Bretaña, no Irlanda.

    2. El color verde representa los campos de Irlanda.

    3. San Patricio usó el trébol para explicar la Santísima Trinidad a los paganos: Padre, Hijo y Espíritu Santo; conforman un solo Dios. 

    4. Cuenta la leyenda  que los duendes o Leprechauns le temían a San Patricio. Ellos no querían que los nuevos cristianos rezaran o practicaran su nueva fe, entonces hacían sus travesuras. Pero San Patricio se encargó de echarlos y sacarlos de donde estuvieran para que dejaran tranquilos a los nuevos creyentes.
    Luego de aprender esto, mi clase se divirtió creando un trébol de tres hojas, una corona y un títere de San Patricio. Todo quedó estupendo en la puerta de nuestra clase. 



     


    Diverse Kid Lit Saturday, March 4th

    Our theme for #DiverseKidLit in March is the Changing Seasons. Please consider sharing diverse books and resources that support love and families. (As always, the theme is only a suggestion. Diverse posts on alternate topics are always welcome.)

    What Is #DiverseKidLit?

    Diverse Children's Books is a book-sharing meme designed to promote the reading and writing of children's books that feature diverse characters. This community embraces all kinds of diversity including (and certainly not limited to) diverse, inclusive, multicultural, and global books for children of all backgrounds. We encourage everyone who shares to support this blogging community by visiting and leaving comments for at least three others. Please also consider following the hosts on at least one of their social media outlets. Spread the word using #diversekidlit and/or adding our button to your site and your diverse posts.
    DiverseKidLit
    We hope this community will grow into a great resource for parents, teachers, librarians, publishers, and authors! Our next linkup will be Saturday, March 18th and on the first and third Saturdays of every month.

    Upcoming Theme

    Our theme for the current month is Changing Sesons. Themes are a suggestion only; all diverse book posts are welcome. If you're interested, you can start planning now for our upcoming themes ...
    • March 18th: Changing Seasons. As we eagerly await the beginning of Spring in the Northern Hemisphere and Autumn in the Southern, let's share favorite books and resources on the seasons.
    • April 7th and 14th is our one-year anniversary of #diversekidlit! Stay tuned for some big events to celebrate!

    Most Clicked Post from Last Time

    The most-clicked post from the previous #diversekidlit is Beth's great roundup of Diverse Novels in Verse, part 2. (You can catch up on part 1 here.) Novels in verse are an incredible and accessible way for kids to get to know a character inside and out. You will find some new favorites!

    #DiverseKidLit is Hosted by:

    Katie @ The Logonauts Blog / Twitter / Facebook / Pinterest Carolina @ La Clase de Sra. DuFault Blog / Twitter / Facebook / Google+ Gayle Swift, Author of ABC, Adoption & Me Blog / Twitter / Facebook / Google+ Jane @ Rain City Librarian Blog / Twitter / Instagram Marjorie @ Mirrors Windows Doors Blog / Twitter / Facebook / Pinterest Mia @ Pragmatic Mom Blog / Twitter / Facebook / Pinterest / Instagram Myra @ Gathering Books Blog / Twitter / Facebook
    Guest Hosts for March
    Gauri @ Kitaab World an online bookstore for South Asian children's books, toys and games Blog / Twitter / Facebook / PinterestInstagram Shoumi Sen, Author of Toddler Diaries Blog / Twitter / Facebook Want to be notified when the next #diversekidlit linkup goes live? Click here to join the mailing list. Interested in joining as a host or an occasional co-host? Contact katie at thelogonauts.com. (Never participated in a linkup before? Please click here for a more detailed step-by-step.)

    Get #DiverseKidLit Recommendations on Pinterest!

    Our Pinterest board highlights a wide range of amazing posts and resources for Diverse Children's Books. Please consider following the board for even more great books!

    MCBD Book Review: The Three Lucys



    This week is MCBD and I am happy to be part of this great event once again. This time I have the pleasure to review a book  set in Lebanon. The story is based in true events and begins with a child and his three cats, named Lucy.
    Luli had a happy life with his family and cats. He played and took care of his pets, went to school, eat with his parents and visit his relatives in Beirut. 
    One night, after saying goodbye to his aunt and uncle, Luli and his family went back home. But before they could even get closer, a bomb exploded  and war begun. It was a short war that kept Luli and his family afraid and away from home.
    Time went by, and Luli never stopped thinking about the three Lucys. They were all alone, with nobody to feed them or take care of them.
    After several weeks, Luli and his family were able to make it home, however, nothing was the same. Luli had to face many challenges at a very young age. 




    Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2017 (1/27/17) is its fourth year and was founded by Valarie Budayr from Jump Into A Book and Mia Wenjen from PragmaticMom. Our mission is to raise awareness on the ongoing need to include kid’s books that celebrate diversity in home and school bookshelves while also working diligently to get more of these types of books into the hands of young readers, parents and educators.  
    Despite census data that shows 37% of the US population consists of people of color, only 10% of children’s books published have diversity content. Using the Multicultural Children’s Book Day holiday, the MCBD Team are on a mission to change all of that.

    Current Sponsors:  MCBD 2017 is honored to have some amazing Sponsors on board. Platinum Sponsors include ScholasticBarefoot Books and Broccoli. Other Medallion Level Sponsors include heavy-hitters like Author Carole P. RomanAudrey Press, Candlewick Press,  Fathers Incorporated, KidLitTVCapstone Young Readers, ChildsPlayUsa, Author Gayle SwiftWisdom Tales PressLee& Low BooksThe Pack-n-Go GirlsLive Oak MediaAuthor Charlotte Riggle, Chronicle Books and Pomelo Books




    We’d like to also give a shout-out to MCBD’s impressive CoHost Team who not only hosts the book review link-up on celebration day, but who also work tirelessly to spread the word of this event. View our CoHosts HERE.
    MCBD Links to remember:
    MCBD site: http://multiculturalchildrensbookday.com/
    Free Multicultural Books for Teachers: http://bit.ly/1kGZrta
    Free Kindness Classroom Kit for Homeschoolers, Organizations, Librarians and Educators: http://multiculturalchildrensbookday.com/teachers-classroom-kindness-kit/

    Free Diversity Book Lists and Activities for Teachers and Parents: http://bit.ly/1sZ5s8i


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