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Blogging from #AtoZChallenge: A- Anna Banana

It’s April 1st!

Welcome to the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge!

My Theme this year is Diversity. I’m going to (try to) bring you a

multicultural book every day this month!!

It’s day UNO and the letter is A

A (1)

 

The book I have for you today:

AnnaBanana

Anna Banana and Monkey in the Middle by Anica Mrose Rissi

I love the looks of this series, for younger readers because of the diversity of the girls on the cover,

DON’T YOU?

I’ve kept it brief so you can drop some comment love on me and keep on visiting.

Thanks for dropping by and have fun!

By Pam

My passion is advocating for diversity in children's and YA literature.

34 replies on “Blogging from #AtoZChallenge: A- Anna Banana”

I love your A to Z theme, Pam. It’s nice to meet you. I just got into library school 😀 so I will be paying attention to your posts. I’d love if you could stop by mine. 🙂

Great start… I love monkeys… I know, I know!

Welcome in the “A”… thank you!
Jeremy [Retro]
AtoZ Challenge Co-Host [2015]

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I love the idea of choosing books for each of these prompts! Looking forward to learning about some new books and authors. Will you be including other types of “differences” such as disability in your quest to share diverse books?

Hi,
Your thing is very interesting. I also love the first book that you have chosen to introduce. Anna Banana. To be quite honest with you, I get a kick out of reading books for young children. They are a refresher about living life uncomplicatedly.
Visiting from A to Z Blog Challenge 2015
Shalom,
Patricia at Everything Must Change

It is indeed a great cover. It is always a joy to see authors and publishers embracing diversity.
Tasha
Tasha’s Thinkings | Wittegen Press | FB3X (AC)

I love the diversity on the cover! I’m also a sucker for old-fashioned illustrated covers. I wish there were more of them these days.

I love that you are doing this because, for me growing up mixed and loving to read, it was hard finding books that featured girls that looked like me. It never deterred me from reading, but it did make me a little sad sometimes, so I really appreciate that you are showing children’s books that have diverse characters.
I’m blogging about geeky thing to the challenge, and I will definitely be checking in with you every day!

I can’t wait to see the books you’ll be bringing throughout the month, for your AtoZChallenge. I follow the #WeNeedDiverseBooks hashtag on twitter in which a lot of romance authors (and authors from other genres as well) put out the call for more diversity in characters. In my own writing, I’m trying to do the same and be more cognizant about other cultures and explore them, and write about them. Exploring other worlds, cultures, peoples, etc and making them center stage in books, music, entertainment, and literature in positive ways is so important. Especially when it comes to young adults and kids. They need to see themselves reflected in the heroes and heroines of the stories they read. 🙂

Oooh, I haven’t spent much time lately browsing the picture books, but this one does have some great diversity! I especially love books that show diversity but aren’t necessarily ABOUT diversity, if that makes sense 🙂

What an awesome theme! Although books + me = dangerous to my pocketbook.

Love your first book for the challenge–“Anna Banana” was my nickname when I was younger 🙂

Wow Pam you weren’t playing…really kept this post short and sweet! 🙂

Anna Banana looks like a cute little book and I like how the doggy paws on the cover contrasts with those elephants in the background. Kudos to Meg Park on her illustration!

Great choice – I know lots of girls who would pick it just from the cover. In fact – I want to read it just from the cover!

That is a beautiful book! I love the fun, fancy, and diverse illustration! If I had a child, I’d pick it up for them!

I had to come and look because a friend said you mentioned bananas! This is my B letter for today and also a long running joke between me and her. So there you have it! Those books look fun, and good luck with the A-Z

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