About Multiculturalism Rocks!
This blog celebrates cultural diversity in children's literature and the people who make it happen. I find heritage months wonderful, however I also believe that one needs not to wait for a particular season to celebrate cultural diversity. Like any other mainstream successes, multicultural books are a wonderful source of information, provide a great escapism and, dare I say, promote world peace. What is there not to like? *smile*
With that in mind, be ready to read about Native Indian, Asian, Hispanic, African-American literature and many others, anytime of the month.
While I will do my best to post regularly, please keep in mind that the blog is still a work-in-progress, as I am balancing my academic obligations and other life altering matters.
Features, such as a blog roll of authors, publishers and more, will be added and updated on a regular basis.
Thank you for your patience.
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Top Posts & Pages
- Foreign Books Worth Knowing: THE DARK CHILD, by Camara Laye
- Picture Book Review: A LION'S MANE, by Navjot Kaur; illustrated by Jaspreet Sandhu
- YA Review: A WISH AFTER MIDNIGHT, by Zetta Elliott, PhD
- What Does Multicultural Literature Mean to You?
- Author/Illustrator Interview: Edna Cabcabin Moran, Part 1 of 2
Category Archives: Author Interview
Hi everyone, today I’m supa-happy to welcome and interview author Brenda L. Baker on Multiculturalism Rocks! If you haven’t visited her website yet, and haven’t had a chance to read an excerpt of her debut novel SISTERS OF THE SARI, … Continue reading →
Hi everyone, April is School Library Month and National Poetry Month! How are you celebrating? Today I’m hyper-supra excited to have gotten an interview out of Greg Pincus busy schedule. I first met Greg at a SCBWI conference, where he … Continue reading →