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Lovable Lyle by Bernard Waber
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Feb 19, 2011

really liked it

I think this book is basically a thinly-disguised look at racism, and it can be used as a good springboard for discussion with younger children about acceptance and tolerance. Just because Lyle is an alligator, it doesn't mean you should hate him, little girl, even if your dad is some type of allig-racist!

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