Celebrations

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Product Details

Price
$9.99  $9.29
Publisher
Little Feminist Press
Publish Date
Pages
20
Dimensions
6.03 X 5.85 X 0.57 inches | 0.47 pounds
Language
English
Type
Board Books
EAN/UPC
9781734182484

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About the Author

Brook Sitgraves Turner (she/her) is a graduate of UC Berkeley and USC's Peter Stark Producing Program. Raised in a multi-generational family of Black women, she's focused on inclusive storytelling across many mediums: children's books, television, film, and podcasts. She's been a member of Film Independent's Project Involve Fellowship, produced documentaries, New York Times recognized podcasts, and written on television shows. In her spare time, she runs Pep Packs, a mutual aid delivering free care packages to people recovering from COVID at home.

Reviews

" This well-organized, beautifully photographed title is highly recommended as a way to introduce small children to diverse celebrations. It is also an excellent tool to spark discussion in families." - School Library Journal Starred Review

"Each celebration is presented in an age-appropriate way, with a single photo featuring a child or children, and sometimes an adult, with one to four words underneath...All the photos lend themselves to discussion between children and adults. Back matter includes Family Discussion Questions and a glossary." - School Library Journal Starred Review

"Warmly celebratory and inclusive." - Kirkus

"Love, joy, and wonder are palpable in all of the images of ceremonies and celebrations. A helpful glossary, arranged by page number rather than alphabetically, identifies each celebration and names the related religion or culture as it applies." - Kirkus

"You just hit the board book jackpot...I urge you to run, not walk, to your nearest library or independent bookstore and grab yourself some copies. Any baby shower you bring these to will instantly make you the coolest gift giver in the room." - Betsy Bird, School Library Journal