I’m back from vacation with another review for Multicultural Kid Blogs’ Read Around the World Summer series. Today I’m reviewing a historical fiction set during a time and event I knew nothing about: Stalin’s genocide… Read More
It’s time for Multicultural Kid Blogs’ Read Around the World Series, an amazing collection of kid lit recommendations from multicultural families around the world. I’m excited to recommend the first young adult novel of this… Read More
I recently asked my husband what his favorite books were as a kid and without hesitation he said “O Gênio do Crime.” He couldn’t remember the author’s name, but he remembered in detail an ingenious… Read More
When I first began shopping for children’s books in Brazil, I had a hard time finding books by Brazilians. It was crazy. I was in Saraiva, one of the major chain bookstores in Brazil, and… Read More
To celebrate International Women’s Day this week, I watched a lot of videos with infuriating facts. As a writer, book lover, and mother of a daughter, this one caught my attention. It made me get… Read More
One of the best parts of being a writer is getting to read constantly and when someone raises an eyebrow at the four new novels that appeared in your joint Kindle library on the heels… Read More
Today for MKB’s Read Around the World Series, I’m recommending a beautiful tale of friendship set during the Oregon Trail! It’s a beautiful book and a must read for any history or adventure lovers!
I’m posting another recommendation for MKB’s Read Around the World Series! Today it’s an amazing young adult fantasy set in India!
This is one of my daughter’s (and my) favorite books! The stories in told in a gorgeous panel (comic book) format, and the author/illustrator has given the animals hilarious asides. It’s delightful!
Today’s recommendation for MKB’s Read Around the World Series is an illustrated excerpt from one of Brazil’s most famous children’s author, Monteiro Lobato.