As I work to bring more cultural stories and activities into my own kids lives, I’m struck by a different concept – kids who only read and learn about other cultures and have few books representing their own lives. In Papua, Indonesia children have never had a comic book depicting a familiar life. Visi Anak Bangsa Foundation helped kids write their own stories about what they thought was interesting. One girl wrote of a tuber fighting vegetables. I admire people and organizations that work to fill cultural gaps for kids – whether about their own culture or others. I’ll be interested in seeing the book once it’s published (in November) and plan to share it with my own kids. Click here to read the full article.