Pat Mora, the founder of "Dia:Diversity in Action" was inspired by her own love of reading to her children. Dia exists to help children be exposed to diverse cultures through reading.

Pat Mora, the founder of "Dia:Diversity in Action" was inspired by her own love of reading to her children. Dia exists to help children be exposed to diverse cultures through reading.

Resources for Serving Latino Children and Families // Latino & Multicultural Resources - Pat Mora

Resources for Serving Latino Children and Families // Latino & Multicultural Resources - Pat Mora

This 11-Year-Old Started a Book Drive So She Could Read About Black Girls

This 11-Year-Old Started a Book Drive So She Could Read About Black Girls

CBC Diversity Speed Dating: The Lineup

CBC Diversity Speed Dating: The Lineup

Lone Star Dia Celebrates 20 Years of Children's Day, Book Day 1996-2016

Lone Star Dia Celebrates 20 Years of Children's Day, Book Day 1996-2016

Free Author Readings for PreK-8 Classrooms and Young Readers at Home Nationwide on April 30 to Celebrate El día de los niños, El día de los libros! | Children's Book Council

Free Author Readings for PreK-8 Classrooms and Young Readers at Home Nationwide on April 30 to Celebrate El día de los niños, El día de los libros! | Children's Book Council

Día Founder Pat Mora Promotes Literacy for All | Children's Book Council

Día Founder Pat Mora Promotes Literacy for All | Children's Book Council

This February, the New Rochelle Public Library will exhibit the works of award-winning children’s illustrator James Ransome. Over 50 paintings will be included in the exhibit, alongside dummy books and preliminary art. Ransome is recognized for his rich portrayal of African American history and culture. Read more at the Children’s Book Council.

James Ransome at the New Rochelle Public Library

This February, the New Rochelle Public Library will exhibit the works of award-winning children’s illustrator James Ransome. Over 50 paintings will be included in the exhibit, alongside dummy books and preliminary art. Ransome is recognized for his rich portrayal of African American history and culture. Read more at the Children’s Book Council.

Pat Mora, author of Tomas and the Library Lady, speaks about being an author of Mexican-American literature and the impact of culture and heritage. GREAT video!

Pat Mora, author of Tomas and the Library Lady, speaks about being an author of Mexican-American literature and the impact of culture and heritage. GREAT video!

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