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I Am Who I Am by Bruno Hächler
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Oct 05, 11

bookshelves: si-624, boys, girls, public-library, board-books, personality
Read in October, 2011

2 to 3 years old. This board book discusses the concept of identity through two major categories: differences that are not elective, such as height and weight and shyness, and differences that are chosen, such as favorite color, activity choice, and what to draw. This board book does something new by approaching a fairly heavy topic through childhood behavior. Illustrations of various children engaged in different sorts of activities accompany the text. While most board books are for children under one years old, this board book is clearly intended for discussion about how choices children make can affect who they are. Bravely entering into new territory for board books, this Swedish author may be taking a larger than child size bite into this serious topic. However, it may benefit children who express a lot of choices.
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