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9 Children’s Books About Police Brutality

9 Children’s Books About Police Brutality

Botham Jean. Sandra Bland. Philando Castille. Alton Sterling. Tamir Rice. Eric Harris. Michael Garner. Michael Brown, Jr. These names represent just a few of the black lives taken by police in America since 2014. There are many police officers all over the country who...
9 Books About Kwanzaa

9 Books About Kwanzaa

I’ve been aware of Kwanzaa for years, but it wasn’t until the kids and I dove into learning about other cultures that I truly understood what made the holiday special. The word Kwanzaa is Swahili for “first fruits,” and the week-long...
8 Picture Books With a Black Santa Claus

8 Picture Books With a Black Santa Claus

I received several emails in my inbox this year, all asking the same question — “Can you recommend books with a black Santa Claus?” Sadly, there aren’t that many children’s books out there that feature a Black or African-American Santa...
13 Hanukkah Books for Kids

13 Hanukkah Books for Kids

Our family celebrates Christmas, but I also feel it’s important to learn about other cultures and traditions. And of course, when we want to learn something new, we turn to — books! That’s where the inspiration for this list of Hanukkah books...
12 Diwali Books for Children

12 Diwali Books for Children

Diwali (also called Dipavali) is the Hindu festival of lights. It signifies the victory of good over evil and knowledge over ignorance. It is celebrated with lights, feasts, fireworks, gift-giving, and prayers to Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity. You may also like...
8 Children’s Books About Haunted Houses

8 Children’s Books About Haunted Houses

One of our favorite fall traditions is visiting the Haunted House at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis every year. My kids love that it’s just scary enough to be fun, without overwhelming them. This year’s theme is “Hotel of Spells,”...

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