Children’s Books for Asian Heritage Month

Canadian families can celebrate Asian Heritage Month by reading children’s books that share the stories, culture and experiences of children of Asian descent.  It’s an opportunity to explore similarities and appreciate differences while enjoying a good story.

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Sample some of these titles in the following videos.

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