#Diverse Kid Lit
Our theme for #DiverseKidLit in April is Favorites. Please consider sharing diverse books and resources that support love and families. (As always, the theme is only a suggestion. Diverse posts on alternate topics are always welcome.) Thank you SO much to everyone who participated in Monday's #diversekidlit Twitter chat! We had a wonderful conversation with a great community. If you weren't able to join us, you can catch up on all the posts you missed here.
What Is #DiverseKidLit?Diverse Children's Books is a book-sharing meme designed to promote the reading and writing of children's books that feature diverse characters. This community embraces all kinds of diversity including (and certainly not limited to) diverse, inclusive, multicultural, and global books for children of all backgrounds. We encourage everyone who shares to support this blogging community by visiting and leaving comments for at least three others. Please also consider following the hosts on at least one of their social media outlets. Spread the word using #diversekidlit and/or adding our button to your site and your diverse posts.
We hope this community will grow into a great resource for parents, teachers, librarians, publishers, and authors! Our next linkup will be Saturday, May 6th and on the first and third Saturdays of every month.
Upcoming ThemeOur theme for the current month is Favorites. Themes are a suggestion only; all diverse book posts are welcome. If you're interested, you can start planning now ...
- Next month's hops will take place on May 6th and 20th. Leave your ideas for a theme in the comments.
Most Clicked Post from Last Time
The most-clicked post from the previous #diversekidlit was Yash's review of A Walk on the Tundra, a charming new picture book about the Inuit. The book is also a celebration of Inuit life and of the special relationship between a grandmother and her granddaughter. There's even a study guide for educators!