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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month With Kids

You're never too young to start appreciating culture - especially when it's as rich as the multitudes of cultures of Hispanic Heritage! Not only do our kids' books help us identify cultural hallmarks like food and art, but also give age-appropriate insight into the issues facing the Hispanic and Latine communities today, like immigration and labor. Here are some of our favorite books to help kids learn more for Hispanic Heritage Month!


Where has the summer gone? The first day of school can be a bit daunting, but it can also be the beginning of new friendships, exciting opportunities for knowledge and learning, and fun filled days. This school year offers the additional anticipation of reconnecting and appreciating our teachers and other school support along with fellow students that we may not have seen in quite some time. Here are just a few of the wonderful books we have about the joys of school. 


May is Asian Pacific Hertitage month which pays tribute to the generations of Asian and Pacific Islanders who have enriched America’s history and are instrumental in its bright future.  We are so happy to have a wonderful selection of books at Interabang Books for kids of all ages. Come on in to the store to see our big display of books by authors or with subjects of Asian and Pacific Island descent and see how you can be inspired by them. Here are just a few of the many wonderful selections. 

Why Kids Also Need Poetry

Many people don’t realize that poetry is accessible for children of all ages. From nursery rhymes to young adults experimenting with rap, poetry is an excellent way for young people to engage with literature! Here are some of the benefits to including poetry in your young reader’s library.


We created the Interabang Modern First Library when we first opened our doors, and it continues to be one of the most important elements of our wonderful children’s department. The Modern First Library is our curated collection of young children’s books that we feel open the doors to new experiences, broaden horizons, teach lessons and take us on a journey of the imagination. They are timeless classics, both old and new that we feel build a child’s library that they will love and treasure for years to come. 

2020 Holiday Books for Kids

The Interabang Kid’s department is stocked up with wonderful books for the young and young at heart for the gift giving season. I am highlighting just a few of the many delightful titles that are perfect for bringing a smile, telling a story of hope, filling us with joy and sharing a sense of love and compassion. 

National Hispanic Heritage Month

We have a wide and wonderful selection of Kid’s books to help celebrate Hispanic heritage month. Here are just a few of our favorites…


This week marks the arrival of so many wonderful new children’s books and that trend will be continuing over the coming weeks. Here are just a few of my new favorites.

Antiracism for Kids

Our conscientiousness has been once more awakened to the reality of racism and inequality in our country. This past week has been one of much personal and public reflection and the emotions stirred by that process of anger, sadness and helplessness. I think often about how children feel about what they are seeing and hearing right now and how difficult it is for parents, teachers and other adults to talk to our children about racism and the active opposition to it that is antiracism. One of the things that gives me hope are the words of Nelson Mandela, 


As life has slowed in many ways in these past weeks -- despite our having much to contemplate and occupy our minds -- I find it more crucial than ever to use paths of human connection to still our minds and lift our spirits. One of the best ways to do that is through reading. Books connect us to people, places and worlds beyond our own, take us on journeys of the imagination, and give us opportunities to grow even while being still. 


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