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FYI my fabulous peeps! If you know of (or are) a multicultural children’s book author or publisher, Multicultural Children’s Book Day has officially opened up Sponsorships for MCCBD 2017! Just know that there is has been great interest in the top spots already and we know there is a POWERHOUSE sponsor coming on board (shhhhhhh, we can’t spill the beans yet!).
So is there is a publishing company, organization or author that has diverse kids book they want to shine the spotlight on, they are most def. going to want to be involved with this epic online event on 1/27/17.
Please head over to our Sponsorship Page
and lock in your spot. This page also shares extended details as to the perks that each sponsorship level can expect. Spots are already filling up so don’t delay!
Don’t forget, the social media reach for the 2016 was simply amaze-balls (and we believe it will be even bigger and better in 2017).
STEP TWO; Decide if you want to Review or Receive a FREE multicultural children’s book.
: Our free diversity children’s books for classroom campaign is BACK! Once again the Junior Library Guild
is gifting MCCBD with 200 library-quality multicultural books for all grades. In 2016, over 180 classrooms benefited from this campaign and we are thrilled to be able to offer it again. If you know of a classroom, library or school that would like a free children’s book, have them go HERE
to sign up. We also need review bloggers to review the hundreds of quality books that publishers and authors will be graciously donating.
REVIEW: In years past, we asked for BLOGGERS to sign up to receive a free book in return for a review on their blog which they linked up on January 27th. This year, we are thrilled to expand our invitation for a FREE diversity book to review, along with the optional book extension activity to blog posts, to social media platforms: Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.
In a nutshell; you don’t have to be a blogger to review multicultural children’s books for the MCCBD 2017 holiday! You just need to have a love of diversity in children’s literature and be willing to share on your social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn or YouTube. Just pick one of these three social media platforms that you are most comfortable on and post your review for everyone to read and enjoy there. When signing up to be one of our book reviewers simply indicate which platform(s) you plan to post your review on in the “blog URL” space on the below Google sign up form that can be found HERE.
As always, the team at MCCBD truly appreciates your support ?