I’d recommend reading the PB I Like Myself by Karen Beaumont and illustrated by David Catrow. It’s “an exuberant ode to self-esteem that celebrates the joy of liking who you are.” With brightly colored art and rolling off-of-your-tongue rhymes, this is a book kids will want to read over and over again.
Picture Books Celebrating Diversity, by Tisha Robinson-Daly
Posted on July 31, 2015 by EasternPennPoints
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I’ve read the first and thought it was cute (love the art too!). I’ll put the second on my “to read” list.
What sweet books.Thanks for sharing. Great messages. I just wrote about my thoughts on interracial marriage and love today. http://undisputedorigin.com/2015/10/02/some-other-race/