Ep. 12 DuEwa interviews Mia Wenjen – author, book blogger, and co-founder of Multicultural Children’s Book Day. Mia discusses the purpose of Multicultural Children’s Book Day and the impact its had over the years for readers, teachers, parents, authors, and more! Mia also talks about writing during the pandemic and what we can do to support authors of diverse books! Multicultural Children’s Book Day is being celebrated this year on January 29 – join the Twitter party!
DuEwa Frazier has been a long-time supporter of Multicultural Children’s Book Day as an author sponsor. Her books include picture books Alice’s Musical Debut and Ten Marbles and a Bag to Put Them In.
Her middle-grade includes Deanne in the Middle and Quincy Rules.
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