How to explain diversity to children
Trim size in cm: 24x15
Pages: 107 colourful pages
Publication date: 01/01/2013
Suitable for: Nursery 1st Level (ages 3-4), Nursery 2nd Level (ages 4-5)
If we want to bring up our children as sons and daughters of a multi-ethnic world, tolerant and open to what is new, we must help them to understand and appreciate differences right from a very young age. But how can we explain such a difficult topic to them using simple words that are easy for them to understand?
Through 10 fairy tales set in the most unusual and unfamiliar places, this book will offer us the opportunity to enter a world inhabited by various characters together with our young ones, with the precise objective of helping them to understand that you should not be afraid or ashamed of diversity.
Together with the Prince with 2 right feet and Gelsomino Nonose, we see pass before our eyes a coffee bean, a glass boy, a whole court of felt-tip pens in every colour, some more popular than others…
The aim is to teach children aged 3 to 6 that we are all a little different from each other, both inside and out, but that it is precisely this diversity that makes us stand out and that renders us unique. It is diversity that makes us truly special people.
– The Prince with two right feet (What is normal?)
– Where do you come from? (The topic of multiculturalism)
– The long flight of the Coffee bean (Adoption)
– The “perfect” cake (Everyone is different)
– Queen Solonia’s castle (Where differences are born)
– The child made of glass (The freedom of being what we are)
– The football player jellyfish (Accepting differences)
– Gelsomino Nonose (Being accepted despite differences)
– Princess Penny Whistle (When difference is a secret)
– The marker box (The importance of a friend)