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The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art Presents: Exploring Race and Representation in Picture Books (Part 1)

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Please note: this is a two day workshop. As registration for this event is limited, please register only if you are able to attend both sessions, on May 25 & 27. If you learn that you will no longer be able to attend, please cancel your registration so that people on the waitlist are able to join.

Exploring Race and Representation in Picture Books   

Join us for this special presentation from The Eric Carle Museum! Examine how to use picture books to provide “mirrors and windows” that reflect readers’ identities and open their eyes to the world beyond their lived experiences. Participants will explore diverse representation in recent picture books, discuss ways to foster children’s critical engagement with them, and learn tools for conducting diversity audits of one’s book collection.

Professional development will be awarded for this event.

When you register for this event, you will receive a zoom link via email. This link will be used for both sessions of the event.

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