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What Is Beautiful?

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This little book shows that there is something beautiful in all of us. Complete with a preschool-safe mirror.
Hardcover, 20 pages
Published August 1st 1995 by Tricycle Press
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Alex McCormick
Mar 27, 2016 Alex McCormick rated it really liked it
This book is very culturally diverse in it's pictures and sends a good message to young readers that there is always some type of beauty to be found in different races. It brings attention to the features that every human being has (eyes, ears, nose, mouth, etc.) and showers each feature with appreciation. The characters in this book are realistic and I cannot express how much I love the pictures in this short book. The language is simple and the colors used in the painting are bright and ...more
May 12, 2015 Kristen rated it it was amazing
Preschool +.

A continuation book in which each person finds something beautiful about the next person. The book ends with an enclosed mirror and the question, "What's beautiful about you?"

A wonderful, simple story that addresses the different forms of beauty in a variety of individuals. Large, colorful paintings depict the many cultures of the world. A truly wonderful book.
Rani rated it it was amazing
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