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Wonderful perspective for raising white allies in order to give historical perspective to the history of segregation.Published 23 days ago by Margaret Baumgartner
My children loved this book! An awesome book share for my Kindergartener.Published 2 months ago by BG
A few commenters wrote about the perspective of the book. I believe part of the point is how difficult it is for white people to see others' perspectives. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Diane C Sekeres
Nice read for a read aloud, so you may discuss it with your children or students. Young people like it. :)Published 3 months ago by CupCup
this helped our kindergarteners learn about race issues in a thoughtful, sensitive, applicable wayPublished 3 months ago by Daybreak Academy
I shared this with me fourth grade class and it open the door to some thoughtful discussions. The book is well written with beautiful illustrations.Published 5 months ago by Reading Fan
Sweet story, but not for my 4 year old. I'm still looking for something more suited to her age and attention span.Published 6 months ago by Jeena Jarvis