I saw one the ten fingers and toes one but am curious about the others!
All the Little Children An Inclusionary Tale
Love this post! We have a few of these books too. One of my strategies when buying or borrowing books is to find books that feature all races.
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I have an almost 4 year old and we have conversations about what looks different and how people have been mean in the past and today just because someone looks different. What could you do if you saw someone being mean or treating someone unfairly? Thanks so much for this list!! I love the use of dialect and it allows her to see something different than what she is used to.
Just put two of these in my amazon cart! Thanks again. Thank you! Thank you so much for sharing this list! We are always looking for new books to teach our three little ones to be kind, inclusive and respectful.
Can I Join Your Club? Teaches children that being inclusive of everyone is always more fun.
Cordelia and Bob is a Unicorn teach children to love themselves and believe in their dreams! Tale of Two Beasts is all about perspective taking. I own a few but am looking into more of these now! I got it for my son! Thank you for posting this books. I always look for a way to teach my son about differences and accepting them but most of the time I have no idea how to explain it correctly. Great and timely list! Please add The Barefoot Book of Children to your beautiful list! Thank you so much for this post! Thank you for posting this, always looking for ways to teach my girls.
Just ordered them from our public library. Great list! I sent my mom this post. Thank you for posting this! Thank you again for this.
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We just returned the first four to the library today, and picked up the next four! My son has enjoyed all the stories, and he is making connections to his life. Both of these books are stories about kindness and inclusion. Growing up in the company of parents who prefer to sit at the computer, the child adopts their behavior. Your email address will not be published. About Contact Subscribe. Guide to Manhattan. Reading Wednesdays. Average Parent Problems. The Best Of Mommy Shorts. Ask Dr. Start from the Beginning.
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