Remember last month when I said April was busy? I think May is going to top it! The two celebrations that come to mind are Cinco de Mayo (5/5) and Mother’s Day, but there is a lot of really fun stuff this month!
May 18th is International Museum Day!! A perfect opportunity to explore other parts of the world and their cultural history, don’t you think?
For many, the school year is winding down this month, and our focus begins to shift to how to keep kids reading during the summer months. “Summer slide” is indeed a “thing,” and even Scholastic has acknowledged the importance of keeping kids reading during the non-school months in their report, 10 Critical Facts about Summer Reading.
With that in mind, below are some great ideas and suggestion for books that parents can add to their summer bookshelf to help keep summer slide at bay. These books are also all diverse in nature which allows readers of all ages to “see” themselves in the pages of the books they read.
If you are a book reviewer, be sure and add your diverse children’s book review links and resources to this linkup and keep these great suggestions and recommendations list growing! Enjoy!
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