What If We Were All The Same!: A Children's Book About Ethnic Diversity and Inclusion

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Product Details

Price
$12.99
Publisher
Purple Diamond Press
Publish Date
Pages
28
Dimensions
8.5 X 8.5 X 0.07 inches | 0.2 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781733152471

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About the Author

Charity Michelle Harris, the award-winning author of What If We Were All The Same! spent her childhood worrying what other kids thought about her. She was teased for being skinny and for the way she walked, due to being diagnosed with Charcot Marie-Tooth Disease at the age of seven. Charity wrote Just Because... as a reminder to herself, and to you that we were born as we are for a reason. Just because you are different or have different circumstances does not mean we can't be proud of those differences. We can accept them, and embrace who we are. Charity lives in Southern California with her service dog, Gareth, and enjoys visiting schools where she spreads the joy of friendship, acceptance, and inclusion. Charity loves working with children and has been a private tutor for over ten years. She has her Bachelor of Fine Arts in graphic design, with a minor in marketing management from California Polytechnic University, Pomona and is also a certified ADA coordinator.
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Reviews

What If We Were All The Same! is an inspirational and warm celebration of the differences in all living things. Her story sends an important message to kids who often want to be just like everyone else...Each panel is brightly colored and upbeat and works perfectly with the story. This is a grand selection for storytime and offers teachers and caregivers opportunities to have kids weigh in on how their differences make them special in after-story-time discussions. It's also suitable for new readers to try on their own. What If We Were All The Same! is highly recommended.

-Readers' Favorite Book Review