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Using Multi-Cultural Books to Teach History and Social Studies

I love finding new children’s books and being introduced to amazing authors who are working hard to change the way children perceive the world. So, when I was given the opportunity to review some books for Multicultural Children’s Book Day (January 27th, 2018), I jumped at the chance. I’m so glad I did, because I was paired …

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5 Books About Eleanor Roosevelt for Kids

We’ve talked about Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Rosa Parks, and Eleanor Roosevelt. It’s been a fascinating look at some of our countries figures and how they all have one special thing in common. They have all stood up for what they believed in despite adversity and the naysayers. They decided not to be …

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10 Must-Read Snow and Winter Children’s Books

Instead of focusing on the darkness of winter, focus on the fun! The 10 snow related books are perfect for checking out from the library on your next trip out into the cold, winter weather. This article contains affiliate links 10 Must-Read Snow and Winter Children’s Books 1. Snow by Cynthia Rylant 2. The Story …

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10 Books About Trains for Kids

All aboard! Our Time Travelers class is hitting the rails next week as we explore the history and impact of trains on civilization. To get in the spirit of these railroad marvels, here are some great children’s books to get your little ones excited about trains and train travel. This post contains affiliate links. 10 BOOKS ABOUT …

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