Win almost $300 in prizes from awesome globally-inspired children's products.
Let's donate a ball to kids who need it in Ethiopia. Here's how you can help!
Want to win some really cool multicultural prizes like a three-month subscription to Little Passports, Little Pim DVDs or some great books? Then come have an adventure with us and a bunch of our multicultural blog friends.
We wanted to start off the New Year right and give you all some very cool things as a thank you for being part of our InCultureParent community. We’ll be giving away three cool items, all related to raising little global citizens.
Win eight fantastic items from around the world to welcome a new baby, valued at $180. Enter to win!
Mixed Portraits of Multiracial Kids, published by Chronicle Books, is the dream child of Kip Fulbeck, himself a multiracial professor, artist, filmmaker and writer who created the fantastic Hapa Project
I Never Forget a Face by eeboo is a very cool memory and matching game featuring the smiling faces of 24 children from countries all over the world.
There are so many good things happening that we have not one but two giveaways. We’re celebrating reaching 1000 Facebook friends.
Win a children’s language DVD in any language--your pick!—from Little Pim.
Win the book Adventures that Lead to Home by Bonita Jewel Hele (author) and Lisa Butler (illustrator), courtesy of Hartlyn Kids.
Win the book, My China Travel Journal, by Laura Barta.
Win the multicultural children's book, A party in Ramadan, courtesy of Boyd Mills Press.
The winner of Speaking in Tongues is...
Why is bilingualism important to you? Answer this question to win the DVD of the film, Speaking in Tongues.
Thanks to everyone who entered our Bee-Bim Bop giveaway.
Because we love our readers, we love to give stuff away to you!
Win Bee-Bim Bopby Linda Sue Park, courtesy of Clarion Books, which is a wonderful book about this yummy Korean dish.
Because we love our readers, we have more fun stuff to offer you!
Win A Lion's Mane by Navjot Kaur, courtesy of Saffron Press, which is a wonderful book about the Sikh turban.

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