Celebrate Multicultural Children’s Book Day With Me #ReadYourWorld

Disclaimer: I received the following product(s) in exchange for my honest review. All opinions my own. 

   Did you know that January 25 is Multicultural Children's Book Day? There are so many amazing books out there that help us understand each others cultures and heritage better, but they are not widely shared. Multicultural Children's Book Day is a time set aside to focus on sharing, so you can learn about the vast variety that is out there! I received a few books to review and share with you... Check them out below! 


Beautiful Rainbow World” by Suzee Ramirez and Lynne Raspet. This book is filled with beautiful images of children around the world, reminding us of the beauty that we are all together.It is made to be a sing along or a read, and children of all ages can enjoy it.

 “Together Til’ The End - Ife’s Incredible Friends” by Dr. Tee Tee and illustrated by Rolando DeCastro III. I love the story to this, and the way it introduces different cultures and shares differences people face. It’s such a good book for little ones and would be perfect to add to a homeschooling collection. There’s so much teaching and the illustrations are adorable!


Belinda Lifts Her Voice” by Luisa Orellana-Castillo, Brizel Martinez Cruz, and Camila Melany De la Luz Villegas with illustrations by Romeo Montero. This is a book about a little girls strength to keep pushing for what is right. The pages are written bilingual in English and Spanish, and would be great for a language class! 


"Food For The Future - Sustainable Farms Around the World" by Mia Wenjen and illustrations by Robert Sae-Heng, This beautiful book is about discovering several different ways that people around the world care for our planet and grow us the food we eat. I love that this book has definitions on every page, and details in the back of the book, to bring more information on farms and locations.

Every single on of these books I received for review were all excellent reads. They work so well at explaining different scenarios to children, and would be fantastic for using in your homeschool or school classrooms, or even just reading with your children at home.

I received a complimentary product in exchange for an honest review. All opinions my own.

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