LOOK AT . . .
The Skin I?m In
A FIRST LOOK AT RACISM
Racial discrimination is cruel?and especially so to younger children. This title encourages kids to accept and be comfortable with differences of skin color and other racial characteristics among their friends and in themselves.
Written by psychotherapist and counselor Pat Thomas, these superb advice books promote interaction among children, parents, and teachers on personal, social, and emotional issues.
Books in the series:
Don?t Call Me Special -- a first look at disability
I Can Be Safe -- a first look at safety
I Miss You -- a first look at death
Is It Right to Fight? -- a first look at anger
May Amazing Body -- a first look at health and fitness
My Brother, My Sister, and Me -- a first look at sibling rivalry
My Family?s Changing -- a first look at family break-up
My Friends and Me -- a first look at friendship
My Family -- a first look at adoption
Stop Picking on Me -- a first look at bullying
The Skin I?m In -- a first look at racism
I'm disappointed with this book . This book focuses on individual "racists" (a lot), rather than systemic racism that oppresses. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Susan Fule
This book is racist! When I bought the book for my 4- year old daughter, I was excited that I was going to teach her that all people are the same regardless of race and religion,... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dana
The book is very good. It is almost too advanced for preschoolers, but I think ages 4/5 and above would find it helpful.Published on July 27, 2013 by Katherine Hudson
It shows we are all different but yet all alike and can get along.Published on August 28, 2006 by IloveRainbows