- 3 copies at Grand Rapids Public Library
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Main||j305.8 Sp45r (Text)||31307023327358||Children's Non Fiction||Checked out||08/29/2019|
|Seymour||j305.8 Sp45r (Text)||31307023327333||Children's Non Fiction||Available||-|
|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
With our 24/7 news cycle and constant access to the latest headlines, the world can be a scary place. Now imagine you're a child trying to make sense of it all! That's where books from the Children in Our World series can help. Each book uses relatable comparisons, carefully researched text, and striking illustrations to help kids understand the many difficulties that children just like them face in the world today. 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. Award-winning illustrator Hanane Kai uses a deft hand to create powerful illustrations that help children visualize the people impacted by poverty, hunger, war, racism, and more. All of the images are sensitively rendered and perfectly suited for younger children. These books are an excellent cross-curricular resource--use them to explore important issues and tie them into discussions about food, wealth, compassion, empathy, and current affairs.