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All Different and Beautiful: A Children's Book about Diversity, Kindness, and Friendships Hardcover – Nov. 23 2020
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Every person has a story, and every story has ups and downs. We want our children to grow up kind, confident, happy and accepting of others. We can't shield them from life's painful realities, but we can give them the tools to navigate these realities with courage and grace. A powerful way to impart these lessons is through stories that reach the mind and soul.
This is the story of Orion, a happy and loving young boy who befriends classmates despite their differences and struggles.
This heartwarming story clears the way for important discussions with our children about diversity, disability, and the beauty in each of us. It is ideal for parents and teachers to tackle difficult topics in a fun, positive manner.
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- Publisher : 8bc Publishing (Nov. 23 2020)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 36 pages
- ISBN-10 : 3949152016
- ISBN-13 : 978-3949152016
- Item weight : 318 g
- Dimensions : 21.59 x 0.64 x 21.59 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: #309,927 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Reviewed in Germany on December 22, 2020
Orion was new to America. He was a confident little boy. Whenever he saw someone sad he tried to find out why. He learned from his parents that helping out is good. The first friend when he got to school was? Who was she? Oops, I told you she was a girl. Find out the rest as you find out Orion's friendly way he makes new friends.
There is a great message of inclusion here, told through the character of a confident, outgoing boy named Orion. The art is really nice. The text, which seems meant for an older age group, is hard to read and would have been more useful laid beneath the illustrations.