This book joins a long list of positive, affirming children’s books that have come out over the past decade in which children are being taught that they can be whatever they want and nothing can hold them back.
This book is really about deploying a positive message to all children and is not really designed as something to help them learn to read. Instead, it will help them understand that there will be people who might look, sound, and act differently than they do, which does not mean that the other person can’t do something. The book will also help teach children to be good stewards in their community and that it is important to take care of the community they are living in through volunteer activities to make it a great place to live.
Even though the words are fairly easy for children reading on their own, this book is more geared toward parents wishing to teach their children about accepting other children and that nothing can hold them back in this world.
|Author||Alexandra Strick, Steve Antony|
|Page Count||40 pages|
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