San Diego Author Aims To Tackle Lack Of Diversity In Childrenu0027s Books

Tackling The Lack Of Diversity In Children’s Books

Here’s why you should consider writing a diverse book! Hear about how research has shown that it’s good for kids to read about kids like them as well as all different kids of characters. Broaden their horizons even before they can afford a bus/train/plane ticket to explore other cultures! Find out the obstacles and benefits of publishing a multi-cultural book.

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Kid Lit TV Commenter Mark Binder

My book, Cinderella Spinderella began as a spoken word story that I was telling to diverse audiences in Boston. When it came time to produce the book/ebook, we chose to use five different “seasons” of Cinderella and the Prince. When the ebook came out, someone asked why the story didn’t change for each Cinderella. My goal as an author and storyteller is to connect people with stories. What’s great about this project has always been that any family can find themselves in the tory.

Kid Lit TV Commenter J Gribble

Thank you for your comment, Mark! Children’s stories are family stories. It seems to make good sense to find your family represented in the stories you share with your children.


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