2020 Multicultural Children’s Book Day Book Review

2020 Multicultural Children’s Book Day Book Review for “Roo The Little Red Tuk Tuk” by Nadishka Aloysius

Roo the Little Red Tuk Tuk

Having heard of the fantastically adorable Tuk Tuks from my husband’s travels to India, I was excited when I received “Roo The Little Red Tuk Tuk” by Nadishka Aloysius to review for this year’s Multicultural Children’s Book Day.

Following the life and adventures of relatable and sweet, Roo the Tuk Tuk, Ms. Aloysius not only shares a glimpse into Sri Lankan culture, but also shares with children the idea of finding one’s own path in life. In Ms. Aloysius own words, “the underlying theme is that “You are never too little to make a difference” – and I couldn’t agree more with her.

This brightly illustrated, warm, and engaging book is an excellent choice for teachers, librarians, caregivers, and parents hoping to share in a read aloud that is both centering and eye-opening. Free ebooks and paperbacks for purchase are available at Amazon. Enjoy!

To learn more about Multicultural Children’s Book Day, here are a bunch of links and resources!

With love,

Sara Beth Videtto


The @MCChildsBookDay site has amazing Diversity Book Lists & Resources for Teachers & Parents http://bit.ly/1sZ5s8i #ReadYourWorld

Check out @MCChildsBookDay Free Diversity Book Lists and Activities for Teachers and Parents: Curated lists of books about diverse topics including: countries, religions, holidays, ethnicities, in addition to special needs and LGBTQ. http://bit.ly/1kGZrta


FREE Classroom Physical and Developmental Challenges Kit! Includes #diversebookrecommends that will help young readers understand Physical and Developmental Challenges @MCChildsBookDay http://ow.ly/kcbZ30p3QWz #ReadYourWorld


It’s an online multicultural children’s literacy event like no other. Join in on the fun and magic of #ReadYourWorld with @MCChildsBookDay. (1/31/20)

The 7th annual @MCChildsBookDay celebration is coming (1.31.20) & we couldn’t be more excited! Go here to get the scoop on the latest giveaways and author visits or follow #ReadYourWorld on social media. https://multiculturalchildrensbookday.com/blog/

Reasons that the #MCBD2020 will be the best, EVER. Check out 5 things to look forward to for @MCChildsBookDay 2020 #ReadYourWorld https://multiculturalchildrensbookday.com/5-things-to-look-forward-to-for-multicultural-childrens-book-day-2020/


Do you have a favorite #diversekidlit author or book you’d like to shine the spotlight on? MCBD’s Social Media Shout-outs are not only an affordable way to give a book/author some social media love; it also acts as a year-long fundraiser for this non-profit. Go here for more info: http://wp.me/p5tVud-1CO https://multiculturalchildrensbookday.com/sponsored-post-services/friends-of-mcbd-fundraiser/

Show your support and help @MCChildsBookDay get #diversekidlit into the hands of readers while also giving a social media “shout out” to the multicultural children’s book/authors you love! https://multiculturalchildrensbookday.com/sponsored-post-services/friends-of-mcbd-fundraiser/


The 7th annual @MCChildsBookDay Twitter Party is 1.31.20 (8-9:00p.m Central). Hosted by Super-Platinum Sponsor, Deedee Cummings from Make A Way Media, with event will not only have some great questions to ask, but will also be filled with prizes and fun. #ReadYourWorld