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Adan en Eva

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Adan en Eva zijn fictieve kinderen die via dit boek aan andere kinderen het verhaal vertellen over hun vriendschap in een multiculturele samenleving, die niet makkelijk begint en zich al helemaal niet makkelijk ontwikkelt. Ondanks hun omgeving willen zij elkaar echt leren kennen, maar dit gaat niet zonder conflicten...
Hardcover, 72 pages
Published 2008 by Hermans Instore Marketing
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Danielle
Voor 1 euro kocht ik het kinderboek Adan & Eva, van Ayaan Hirsi Ali. Een euro die ik beter aan andere dingen had kunnen besteden. Het verhaal gaat over de Marokkaanse Adan en de Joodse Eva die beiden buitenbeentjes zijn in hun klas en daardoor een onwaarschijnlijke vriendschap sluiten. De beschrijving van de (gezins)levens van Adan en Eva staan zo vol van vooroordelen en stereotypen, dat geen zinnige ouder zijn kind dit boek wil laten lezen. De vooroordelen en stereotypen worden op geen enke ...more
Mari Menta
La storia è di per se semplice, ma bene illustra l'importanza delle tradizioni culturali degli immigrati, soprattutto di prima generazione e la fatica che i più giovani fanno a vivere tra una famiglia legata alle proprie origini, e la lora voglia di essere e vivere come i loro coetanei locali
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