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In A Mother’s Shoes

By Guest Blogger, Radhika Kowtha @rads  & online at: Childbirth and mothering has existed since time began. To be a mother (than a father) is both exalted and taken in stride. It’s as common as it is special. Two sides of the same coin. I am a mother, three

South Asian American Youth Literature and the Bi-Cultural Experience

By Lalitha Nataraj,  @librarian_lali This article was originally published on Lalitha’s blog called : masalareader.wordpress As a youth services librarian, and the mother of two children of bi-racial/bi-cultural heritage, I’m strongly committed to highlighting books mirroring a broad spectrum of cultural differences. I also find myself experiencing a renaissance of sorts, as I