Two Special Days Celebrating Books

Normally I do my posts on Wednesday, but today is a special day in both Canada and America.
In Canada, it is “Family Literacy Day”. Click here for some suggestions how you can promote literacy in your home.
In America, it is “Multicultural Children’s Book Day”. Click here for some suggestions of multicultural books you can read.

One of my most recent favourite children’s book is called “Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas” by Natasha Yim.
“Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas” is a hilarious mashup of Goldilocks and Chinese new year traditions. Watch the video trailer below for a preview.

Click here for an interview with the author Natasha Yim, posted to celebrate “Multicultural Children’s Book Day”.

The GROG blog has posted reviews of three books written by Icy Smith about Asian history, also to celebrate “Multicultural Children’s Book Day”.

Enjoy celebrating either “Family Literacy Day” or “Multicultural Children’s Book Day” or even both!


3 thoughts on “Two Special Days Celebrating Books

  1. What a wonderful post! I love the twist on Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas. Multicultural Children’s Book Day is a big celebration in US classrooms. It’s nice to learn that Canada has their own celebration. Love your blog, Linda!

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