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About Nathalie Goss
Artist Nathalie Goss has been an illustrator for NB Literary Magazine and a book illustrator for We All Belong. She began exhibiting and selling her artwork in November 2018. Nathalie lives in Bath with her family and two cats.
Nathalie Goss is a French author-illustrator with a passion for capturing wildlife.
Her work includes hand-drawn, gouache painted pieces, typically finished with photography of local flora.
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We all live in the one world together. Let's see how we're different in some ways and the same in other ways.
We all Belong' is a beautifully written and illustrated children's picture book that recognises and celebrates the diversity in a caring group of children.
- A wonderfully flowing, rhyming poem about respect... whatever our culture, whatever the colour of our skin.
- If you like 'All the ways to be smart', you will treasure this.
- A stunning poem about inclusion, with excellent representation of different cultures. Much-needed in today's society.
By recognising differences between cultures and races, and appreciating that everyone is beautiful, children can grow up with empathy - appreciating others around them. 'We all Belong' gives young readers a safe space to see themselves and others through a diverse group of characters. The book includes an activity at the end, to help children appreciate how we are all similar in some ways and different in other ways too.
#1 Bestseller in Children’s Books on Tolerance (UK) #1 Bestseller in Children's Books on Manners (UK) #1 Bestseller in Children's Books on First Day of School (UK) #1 New Release in Children's Around the World Books (US)#1 New Release in Children's Books on Immigration (US)#1 Bestseller in Children’s Books on Multiculturalism & Tolerance (Canada) Amazon, August & September 2020
It's vital that kids see differences, rather than live in a colour-blind world. By creating a friendly school environment, Nathalie and Alex's book gives kids access their own familiar world, and fills it with the love and kindness of a multicultural group of children. There's a closeness between the children, a proximity, that encourages empathy, not racism, to grow.
Nathalie Goss is a black French Caribbean illustrator and author, with a bilingual, mixed race family, living in the UK. She shares her creativity, kindness and wisdom. There is an authenticity to this piece of poetry, written with Alex Goss.
For UK and US kids: Relevant and written for both UK (British) and US (American) families and schools.
Multicultural representation: Characters from Black, African, Caribbean, Asian, White, Biracial, Mixed Race and Indian heritage share feelings on how they are different and how they are the same.
Age-appropriate: This kid's book will be adored by children of all ages, and grown ups too. Ideal way to gently introduce conversations about race with children of all ages, from preschoolers, toddlers through to grade 3 and primary school.
What Amazon readers are saying:
★★★★★ "Great little book with a BIG message”
★★★★★ "A great book, so needed these days."
★★★★ "A great way to start a discussion with your own children or pupils."
★★★★★ "Lovely rhyming book about diversity”
★★★★★ “Encourages kids (young and old ) on every page to remember, and for some of us rediscover, a simple fact in our complex world: we are amazing. Great artwork, great writing, love the book"
New copies bought from October 16 2020 include small grammar corrections and fun activity.
- Elves haven’t made toys.
- Families haven’t been together.
- There's not even a Christmas tree in the village for everyone to enjoy.
- Can one small boy turn it all around?
#1 Bestselling Children’s Book on New Experiences#1 Bestselling Multicultural Biographies for Children#1 Bestselling Children’s eBooks on ValuesA “Hot New Release” in Children's Books on Christmas★★★★★ "Lovely Christmas book!”★★★★★ "A delightful heartwarming story for Christmas."★★★★★ "Brilliant."Ranked and rated on Amazon UK in November 2020Get the story of the year of lockdown, told through the eyes of a little boy in a small Scottish town, by Loch Downe.