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Racism and Intolerance

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With our 24/7 news cycle and constant access to the latest headlines, the world can be a scary place. Now imagine you're a child trying to make sense of it all!

That's where books from the Children in Our World series can help. Each book uses relatable comparisons, carefully researched text, and striking illustrations to help kids understand the many difficulties that
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Published August 9th 2018 by Wayland
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Kris - My Novelesque Life
RATING: 4 STARS
2018; Barron's Educational Series/B.E.S. Publishing
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I love this picture book series for children. It takes on big social issues and tries to make it simple for parents to have a conversation with their children, without terrifying them. I like the illustrations in this one too.

***I received an eARC from EDELWEISS***
Jill Williamson
I put together a racism text set for my fourth grade classroom, and this was the best nonfiction picture book I could find that defined racism for kids. While it would have benefited from a couple pages on racial profiling, overall it did a fair job of broaching this complex topic. The illustrations are lovely and filled with people from many different races and religions. It's a good book to help answer some of the questions students have about racism, prejudice, and discrimination.
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"We are all much more alike than we are different... We all need to be free and safe"

Well, as the title says this is a graphic novel about "racism and intolerance" for kids. It's a fast read, and they explain the concepts in a way that everybody can understand. It's a hard subject but it gives a message pro-tolerance and it was nice to read this from a point of view that maybe is naive but it's so positive that it didn't bother me.


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Bueno, como dice el titulo es una historia
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Meg
Mar 28, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This picture book, originally published in England, deals with the important topics of Racism and Intolerance. This words can be hard for young children to understand and sharing this book with them will help in that understanding. By using illustrations of characters who show up on most of the pages, a child can visualize the story about prejudice towards people different than those who reflect their own culture and race. Examples show the lack of fairness, understanding, and tolerance at the ...more
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Mar 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: t, 2019t
Why we chose this book:
We've been talking a lot about racism lately for two reasons, one of which is that we recently watched Disney's Peter Pan. I only remembered liking it as a kid; I sure didn't remember the "Indian Camp" and everything related to it in Neverland. I knew the racist stereotypes couldn't go unaddressed as we watched, and as I explained and talked to T, I knew I could use a little help in addressing such an important topic. B.E.S. Publishing provided a review copy in exchange
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Monique
Part of the "Children In Our World" series, this was a very well written book. The author explains the concept of racism, intolerance and prejudice in a way that children will be able to understand. It looks at how these factors affect people world-wide. The author also takes the time to speak about the positiveness of differences, respect, and how to be united rather than divided. Excellent resource for school and public libraries. Parents would find this a terrific book to add to personal home ...more
Cindy
This is a must read and must own book for all, both children and adults. It explains racism and intolerance so clearly, with images that work with the book.
Joan Marie
This is one of the titles in Barron's Children in our World series. It introduces young audiences to a broad overview of architecture.
Jennifer Strong
Apr 24, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2019, children-s
The book can be helpful tool to discuss these things with children.
mg
3.5 stars?
Jaime
Dec 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is an excellent explanation of racism and prejudice. The author defines, gives examples and share what to do and how you can help.
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