One Day. One Child. One Book.
The transformative effect of literacy begins young, yielding a lifetime of benefits. That’s why Latinas for Latino Lit (L4LL) supports Día de los Niños, Día de los Libros (Day of Children/Day of Books) which is celebrated each year on April 30th. Founded in 1997 by poet/author Pat Mora, Día de los Niños as it is commonly known, is a national celebration of children and literacy.
L4LL celebrates Día de los Niños each year with a Día Blog Hop. A different Latina blogger hosts a different Latino children’s book author and/or illustrator who writes a blog post each day of April, culminating on April 30th–Día de los Niños, Día de los Libros.
Click here for more information including the complete schedule of blogs and authors.
L4LL also publishes a collection of the authors’ articles in an eBook format and makes it available as a free download for educators and individuals. You, your company, or organization can underwrite this year’s Día Blog Hop eBook.