Tag Archives: Multicultural

Silent Books exhibition in the Curriculum Centre

Monday 6th – Thursday 16th November 2017 Open Learning Centre, University of Brighton, Checkland, Falmer In response to the waves of refug [...]

Fairy tales around the world

We have recently added to our Traditional Tales section a series of Beloved Tales published by Raintree.  These are collections, in one sli [...]

Reflecting Realities in Children’s Literature

  I was fortunate enough to be able to attend the Reflecting Realities: British Values in Children’s Literature conference last w [...]

International children’s book exhibition on now

  WHAT: IBBY Honour List 2016 children’s books (illustrated category)   WHEN: On display until Thursday 19th January 2017   WHE [...]

Exhibition of books for young people with disabilities 16th to 20th May 2016

      WHAT:                 2015 IBBY Selection of Outstanding Books for Young People with Disabilities WHEN:       [...]

Reflections on hosting the IBBY Honour Book 2014 collection

    The Centre recently hosted a touring collection of international illustrated books from the IBBY Honour List 2014. Every two year [...]

Black History Month novels

         It’s nearly the end of  this year’s Black History Month which takes place annually in October, and I wan [...]

Refugees and asylum seekers in children’s books

Stories which offer the reader a new or different viewpoint are essential books for children to help them understand the world. The often na [...]

Cultural diversity – 50 of the best children’s books

Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children’s Books has released Diverse Voices – a list of 50 books celebrating cultural di [...]

Finding Inclusive Children’s Books

Although we are seeing a welcome increase in both the amount of children’s books that feature a range of diverse characters and the am [...]

Representations of a multicultural UK in picture books

Photo Credit: David Robert Bliwas via Compfight Trying to find books that represent a true cross-section of the UK isn’t always easy. [...]
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