Bethany Edwards

Bethany is an elementary teacher/reading specialist from San Diego, California and has taught internationally in Turkmenistan, Egypt, Ukraine, Latvia, and Mauritania. She has traveled to over 50 countries.  Her global experience includes collaboration projects with U.S. State Department Foreign Service Officers.  She has been a guest lecturer for literacy at many universities around the world with the American Corners and USAID organizations.

On her blog, Biracial Bookworms, she empowers families and teachers to help kids develop not only a love of reading, but a solid literacy foundation from birth.  She offers expert strategies to teach children to become tolerant, empathetic, and globally minded individuals through multicultural books, multiple language acquisition, and rich cultural experiences.

Bethany is currently developing online courses for teaching children to read as well as writing children’s books based on her family’s travels and highlighting strong females in history.

Bethany is married with two beautiful girls and currently lives in Washington D.C.


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