- 3 copies at Grand Rapids Public Library
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|Main||j305.8 Sp45r (Text)||31307023327358||Children's Non Fiction||Available||-|
|Seymour||j305.8 Sp45r (Text)||31307023327333||Children's Non Fiction||Checked out||08/08/2019|
|West Leonard||j305.8 Sp45r (Text)||31307023327341||Children's Non Fiction||Available||-|
|Yankee Clipper||j305.8 Sp45r (Text)||31307023327325||Children's Non Fiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 1438050224
- ISBN: 9781438050225
- Physical Description: 32 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm.
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Barron's Educational Series, 2018.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Living together -- What is racism? -- What is intolerance? -- What causes prejudice? -- At school -- Around the world -- Changing lives -- People who help -- Keeping people safe -- Respecting differences -- Things that unite us -- Talk about it -- How can you help?
In Racism and Intolerance, children can get answers to questions like: "What does it mean to be a racist--or intolerant?" and "How can I help?" Children will begin to understand the way others struggle with these issues and become empowered to make a difference.
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|Subject:||Racism > Juvenile literature.
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Racism and Intolerance
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Children are often full of questions about the world, but sometimes the answers can be complicated or troubling. These titles in the Children in Our World series aim to help little ones grasp some of these complex issues by offering gentle explanations, which are further softened by amiable illustrations of round-faced kids. Racism and Intolerance uses general language to address a complex topic, but the lack of specific examples makes this title slightly less effective. The illustrations fill in some of the gaps, though they might raise more questions than answers. An emphasis on empathy How would you feel if that happened to you? will likely help little ones grasp the importance of equal treatment. The soft artwork and accessible, age-appropriate language make this well suited to curious kids in the picture-book set, though be ready to field lots more questions about some tough topics after the last page.--Hunter, Sarah Copyright 2018 Booklist