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10 KidLit Books Black History Month

10 KidLit Books to Read for Black History Month


10 KidLit Books to Read for Black History Month February is Black History Month and in honor of that, we are sharing some of our favorite kidlit books that honor some remarkable people in our history. We personally love reading about amazing individuals. We look at black history month as an opportunity to learn about our history as Americans both…

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Black History Month KidLit- The Obama's

Black History Month KidLit- The Obama’s


Black History Month KidLit- The Obama’s Are you ready for Black History Month? It is a time where we celebrate amazing individuals who have overcome, persevered and just conquered amazing goals. It is a time where we celebrate the history of people who may be neglected during our regular programmed history lessons. It is a month that we dig in deep and…

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Esperanza Rising #KidLit #BookReview


  Esperanza Rising Every year we love sharing fun stories that celebrate or educate our Hispanic heritage. If you didn’t know I (Christine) am half Ecuadorian and half Italian. Therefore, I strive to teach my children about their cultures as well as other cultures. I believe teaching children about various cultures teach them to be respectful of those other cultures.…

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Love, Santa #KidLit #BookReview


Love, Santa Is your child is growing up and starting to ask questions about Santa? Do you think they are ready to know the truth? Are you at a loss of how to break it to them? If this feels like your current situation then you may want to pick up this brand new book ‘Love, Santa’ written by Martha…

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In the Real Z, girls learn how passion, dedication and staying true to yourself helps you fulfill your dreams.

The Real Z #KidLit #BookReview


‘The Real Z’ If your child loves filmmaking or stories about achieving goals and having friendships than they may enjoy ‘The Real Z’ by Jen Calonita. As a blogger and You Tuber, both Isabella and I really enjoyed this book. I personally loved how it teaches kids to follow their dreams and stay true to themselves, instead of being cutting…

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