Adding Diversity to Your Baby’s Home Library
 Charnaie Gordon, Diversity and Inclusion Expert

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Charnaie’s Session Is Available Until Friday, October 9th at 9:00 AM EST

A few things you’ll discover by tuning into Charnaie's session:

*What does it mean to have a diverse home library?

*Why is it important to have a diverse and inclusive library for my baby?

*How can diversifying my home library help me to encourage my baby to grow up to be race curious?

*How can I be more proactive about diversifying our home library? 

And so much more!

Charnaie Gordon

Charnaie loves connecting people with diverse and inclusive books, kid-friendly products, and family experiences they will love. She is passionate about helping parents to instill a love of reading, lifelong learning, and curiosity in the children in your lives.

Her daughter is currently 7 and her son is 6. Charnaie has been reading aloud to both of them daily since they were born. She understands the importance of reading aloud to children and wants to foster a love of reading in her children.

Charnaie is a Computer Programmer by education.  She has over 15 years of experience in the Information Technology field and both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Computer Science/Information Technology. She's also a Distinguished Toastmaster and huge literacy advocate/champion.

Visit the Here Wee Read website here.

Share Your Thoughts!

Head over to the Facebook Group and tell us what you thought of Charnaie's presentation. (Screenshot to earn 1 point for the scavenger hunt.)

1. What can you do to further diversity your home library?

2. What was your biggest takeaway from Charnaie's presentation?

And if you have any questions or takeaways from this session, add that to your post too. Thanks!

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