Please join me for our tenth Multicultural Children’s Book Club. We host a FREE multicultural children’s picture book virtual book club on the first Thursday of every month from 7 pm to 8 pm EST.
June’s event will be held on June 2nd and we are celebrating Pride Month ‘Twas the Night Before Pride by Joanna McClintick, illustrated by Juana Medina.
As always, we will have:
- Book talk
- Creative Project
- Snack ideas related to our theme
- Surprise guest (popping in at 7:40 pm): author and illustrator Joanna McClintick and Juana Medina!!
- Giveaway: A collection of rainbow stickers
I am giving away a “Multicultural Children’s Book Club in a Box” which includes ‘Twas the Night Before Pride picture book and rainbow stickers.
We hope you can join us in June!
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ps. You can view our past events here.
Celebrating Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month
Multicultural Children’s Book Club featuring Juneteenth Jamboree
Tokyo Olympics Martial Arts “Book Club in a Box” GIVEAWAY!
Raksha Badhan Multicultural Picture Book Club GIVEAWAY!
Hispanic Heritage Multicultural Children’s Book Club & GIVEAWAY!
Halloween Multicultural Children’s Book Club & GIVEAWAY!
Multicultural Children’s Book Club with Traci Sorell for Native American Heritage Month
p.p.s. Related posts:
Multicultural Children’s Book Club: Juneteenth Celebration!
Introducing Multicultural Children’s Book Club!
3rd Grade Book Club for Boys and 6th Grade Book Club for Girls
Percy Jackson Book Club for Boys
A Little Too Exciting Flying Trapeze Book Club for Kids
7th Grade Book Club for Girls: Irises
Book Club for Kids: Chapter Book on Knights, Princesses and Castles
Book Club for Boys: Percy Jackson and The Lightening Thief
Meeting Grace Lin at Book Club for Kids Event
Book Club for Kids: Island of the Blue Dolphins
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