Reading Around the World: Week 1 – Multiculturalism

Give Your Child the World Week 1 MulticulturalismYou know I’m a sucker for book clubs (all book clubs) so when I saw that Jamie Martin and Sarah Mackenzie were teaming up for a children’s book club this summer I couldn’t resist.

Themed around Martin’s new book, Give Your Child The World, each week of the book club is matched with a chapter of her book.

Week one was multicultural books, and I read the following titles with my kids:

Little Humans by Brandon Stanton. The two year old LOVED this one.

All the Colors of the Earth by Sheila Hamanaka

On The Same Day in March by Marilyn Singer, illustrated by Frane Lessac – this is on H’s school list for later this year, so I debated reading it now. I’m glad I did, as they enjoyed it, and it’ll still be a good one to reread later when it comes up in her schedule.

Bread Bread Bread by Ann Morris, illustrated by Ken Heyman

Me on the Map by Joan Sweeney, illustrated by Annette Cable – also on H’s school list.

And, we didn’t read it this time, but earlier this year we read How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World by Marjorie Priceman and it was a lot of fun.

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