It’s never too early to start creating a diverse library for your family. From the time our kids are little we can enrich their lives by exposing them to books with characters from different backgrounds. We can also read books that touch on things like cultural traditions; treating others with kindness; and appreciating similarities and differences between people.
This story reminds the reader that while When people are grouped based upon certain physical characteristics; most commonly skin color. More matters, to truly know someone we have to go beyond skin color. We need to learn about people’s feelings and experiences…the things we cannot easily see.
Celebrate This word simply means differences. It generally refers to differences in things like race, gender, religion, language, culture, or appearance. More by reading this book in which things like skin and hair color are described in beautiful poetry as parts of what makes up earth.
Full of colorful illustrations & quotes, this book introduces younger children to 5 remarkable African Americans.