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African / Carribean / African American Black Children's Book - Mama Panya's Pancakes

The Paperback of the Mama Panya's Pancakes: A Village Tale From Kenya by Mary Chamberlin, Rich Chamberlin, Rich Cahmberlin, Julia Cairns

The Woods by Paul Hoppe ~ Haven't read it but seen reviews to use it for Inference Benchmark

Being afraid of the dark doesn't mean being afraid alone. When a boy can't find his favorite stuffed bunny, he bravely heads into the woods to look for it. Instead, he finds a big, scary brown bear! But the bear is just lonely, so the boy shares his night

Author Pat Mora shares her favorite books for Hispanic Heritage...

Take a ride in a long submarine or fly away in a hot air balloon. Whatever you do, just be sure to bring your favorite book! Rafael López's colorful illustrations perfectly complement Pat Mora's lilting text in this delightful celebration of El d&

Lessons about Wangari Maathai: first African+woman+environmentalist to win Nobel Peace Prize. Her org has planted more than 40 MILLION trees across Kenya- one person CAN make a difference!

Introduce Kids to Nobel Peace Prize Winner Wangari Maathai

Fishpond Australia, Seeds of Change: Wangari's Gift to the World by Sonia Lynn Sadler (Illustrated ) Jen Cullerton Johnson. Buy Books online: Seeds of Change: Wangari's Gift to the World, ISBN Sonia Lynn Sadler (Illustrated by) Jen Cullerton Johnson

Visit Mexico Yoga!

Visit Mexico City through Kids Yoga

"Off We Go to Mexico" by: Laurie Krebs and Christopher Corr Swim in turquoise seas, admire grey whales and monarch butterflies, trek .

Journey through the night sky on a poetic trip that blends adventure, imagination and science to teach the basics of our solar system. Includes endnotes about the planets, stars, moons, constellations and even a little mythology.

Star Seeker by Theresa Heine - A vibrantly illustrated, poetic journey through the solar system. A beautiful bedtime book.

In this whimsically-drawn and thoughtfully-told story, children learn what it means to be global by visiting the pyramids, eating sushi, celebrating Kwanzaa, and learning how to say “hello” in Swahili. #ChildrensBookWeek #Activism

From the promo description: "In this whimsically-drawn and thoughtfully-told story, children learn what it means to be global by visiting the pyramids, eating sushi, celebrating Kwanzaa, and learning how to say “hello” in Swahili.

20 Children's Books About Differences — Back to School 2013 | I so hope that someday when the inevitable question of "why does he/she look/act different?" we can respond with "how we look is not important, we all are different"

20 Children's Books About Differences — Back to School 2013

20 Childrens Books About Differences — Back to School 2013 - Apartment Therapy Main

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