Why Are People Different Colours?
This insightful book is perfect for curious minds, who ask questions about what they see in the world around them. Children are naturally inquisitive and sometimes ask difficult to answer questions about themselves and others.
This 32 page fully-illustrated book provides questions and answers around the themes of diversity and identity. It helps children between the ages of 4-8 to understand questions such as, “Why does our teacher wear a headscarf?” Each page can be used as a discussion point between parents and children. Explanations and advice are provided for parents and carers throughout the book to help them guide and inform their child.
This beautiful book was written by two Child Psychologists, and the practical tips for parents and caregivers combined with the engaging illustrations make this a perfect book for tackling questions from kids with confidence.
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