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Authors Make a Bigger Push to Reflect the Diversity Around Them

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In the News
Racial diversity in children's books grows, but slowly
Un ouvrage, l’interculturel, les USA et le mieux travailler ensemble
Book Highlight
Super Korean New Years with Grandma
The Clarks of Willsborough Point: The Long Trek North by Darcey Hale
Event
May 4: Author Talk with Barbara Goldowsky
May 6: Conversation on Steve Leveen's book America's Bilingual Century
Podcast Révolution Bilingue
Les effets du bilinguisme chez les jeunes enfants avec Ranka Bijeljac-Babic
Progressez en orthographe !
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