I’ve had books and children in my head this week as I’ve discovered one of our favourite authors is working on her next book; I’m currently sitting with books about Thailand, Hindi, and Traditional Chinese medicine beside me waiting to be turned into reviews; my children are learning about Life in the Arctic and Ancient Egypt, and I’m exchanging postcards with people in Russia Germany today. What a wonderful mix of cultures! This month I just had to share with you some multicultural books for grades 1-3.
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The post that caught my eye from last month’s blog hop was this post by Crafty Moms Share that featured nine multicultural books for grades 1-3. This is just the perfect age grouping for my own children, and so much about the world can be learned from books; both overtly and subtly.
Thank you for linking-up, and we can’t wait to see what you’ve been up to!