Authors, illustrators, and publishers! Multicultural Children’s Book Day sponsorships are available! What does this mean?
Celebrated annually on the last Friday in January, our global non-profit offers a plethora of free resources, teaching tools, booklists, downloads, and a year-around initiative to get multicultural and diverse books into the hands of young readers.
Get your books reviewed by parents and children who post their reviews on their social media. We also share these reviews on our social media:
- Combined Pinterest: 161,739 followers 330k+impressions
- Twitter: 14.2K followers
- Instagram: 14,700 followers
- Facebook: 4,531 likes
- Facebook Group: 1591+ Members
- Multicultural Children’s Book Day has its own social media traffic and here are our stats. NOTE: This number escalates tremendously during January!
How to be a Multicultural Children’s Book Day SPONSOR
GO HERE to view the different levels.
GO HERE to download our Sponsorship Packet and see what your Platinum or Author Sponsorship for 2021 will include.
Multicultural Children’s Book Day: A Summary of Events
FIRST, a unique opportunity to shine the spotlight on diverse/multicultural books, authors, and publishers.
SECOND, a giant online book reviewing event —
Book appreciators, readers, parents, teachers, librarians, and caregivers have the opportunity to explore lots of children’s and YA books with diversity content via online marketing that provides robust visibility for authors and publishers, book reviews, classroom kits, classroom book bundles, contests, giveaways, book lists, activity suggestions, and links.
THIRD, a giant networking event —
An ongoing mission to connect organizers, sponsors, co-hosts, bloggers, and others interested in expanding awareness of, and promotion of multicultural children’s books via our Twitter Party and very active MCBD Facebook Group.
FOURTH, an offline classroom, library, or gathering place celebration —
A chance for students, educators, and parents to celebrate diversity and multicultural books in the months leading up to, and during, the Multicultural Children’s Book Day celebration that is held on the last Friday in January.
FIFTH, a year-long literacy-based initiative-
And together, all facets work tirelessly to provide books to classrooms, organizations, and under-served kids all year long.
We also need book reviewers:
I hope that you will join us for Multicultural Children’s Book Day on January 31, 2021!
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