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My Skin, Your Skin

An Early Introduction to Race and Racism

Author: Laura Henry-Allain

Publisher: Ladybird



Page: 32

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My Skin

Author: Kameila A. Stephens

Publisher: Gatekeeper Press


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

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‘My Skin’ is based on the feelings of the youth in the world today. There are many people who are not comfortable in their own skin with much of it starting from a young age. The feeling of not being accepted for who you are is often noted online, in the television shows we watch, in commercials, and just being out there doing our day-to-day activities. Loving who you are as a person is very big because how you feel often is the outcome of how you deal with society. My book displays the love of oneself. It is an easy read for the youngsters, but anyone can read and enjoy the beautiful words, the positive message and the beautiful colors that go along with it. In reading this book, I hope that one will gain respect for themselves, as well as others, to be comfortable in the skin they're in and have the confidence to believe in themselves in order to do what they inspire themselves to do. I want my young readers to know that they hold the power to be great.

My Skin, Your Skin

Let's talk about race, racism and empowerment

Author: Laura Henry-Allain MBE

Publisher: Penguin UK


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 561

My Skin Your Skin is a powerful book to help children and adults have meaningful discussions about race and anti-racism. Most importantly, the book empowers children to be the best versions of themselves; to have self-love, self-esteem and self-worth, irrespective of their skin colour. This book was specifically written by Early Years expert and children's media creator, Laura Henry-Allain MBE, to support parents, teachers and carers to explain what racism is, why it is wrong, and what children can do if they see it or experience it. It also explores how important it is for children to celebrate their achievements and greatness. Fully-illustrated throughout by talented illustrator Onyinye Iwu, My Skin, Your Skin is aimed at children aged four and above. Containing explanations on key words and concepts written in child-friendly, accessible language, with relatable examples, this book supports children's understanding in building an anti-racist stance from an early age. It is perfect to read at home, and in classrooms, to support your child's life-long learning journey.

Happy to Be Me!

A Song about Friendship

Author: Vita Jimenez

Publisher: Capstone


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

View: 405

We all have features like ears, noses, feet, teeth, skin, and hair. But our features are unique, and we look different from one another. Upbeat lyrics and colorful illustrations teach children to celebrate their differences while accepting others. Happy to Be Me! is aligned with Early Learning Science Standards. This eBook comes with online music access.

Your Amazing Skin from Outside In

Author: Joanne Settel

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 96

View: 889

It’s itchy, it’s sweaty, it’s embarrassing...but most of all, it’s fascinating! Dr. Joanne Settel has all the answers to our most burning questions in this wacky and informative book of poems about our skin. Have you ever wondered… Why you blush when you’re embarrassed? Why you’ve got freckles everywhere? Why your fingers wrinkle in the pool? Why your friends come in all different colors? Why mosquitoes think you’re delicious? Why you’ve got that giant pimple on your nose? Look no further! With supercool facts, clever rhymes, and hilarious illustrations by Bonnie Timmons, acclaimed author Joanne Settel answers all these questions (and more!) in this fascinating, fun exploration of the science of our skin from head to toe. When she’s through, you won’t believe what your skin can do!

A World of Display

Topics Across-the-curriculum for Children Aged Five to Nine

Author: Judith Makoff

Publisher: Folens Limited


Category: Displays in education

Page: 71

View: 469

This book presents 48 varied topics with an emphasis on artwork and display.

Religious Texts of the Oral Tradition from Western New-Guinea (Irian Jaya)


Publisher: BRILL


Category: Irian Jaya (Indonesia)

Page: 196

View: 712

Christianity, Islam, and Nationalism in Indonesia

Author: Charles E. Farhadian

Publisher: Taylor & Francis


Category: Religion

Page: 233

View: 964

"Farhadian provides the first major study of a highland Papuan group in an urban context, which distinguishes it from the typical highland Melanesian ethnography. Incorporating cultural and structural approaches, the book affords a fascinating look into the complex relationship among Christianity, Islam, nation making, and indigenous traditions. Based on research over many years, Christianity, Islam, and Nationalism in Indonesia offers an abundance of new material on religious and political events in West Papua. The book underlines the heart of Christian-Muslim rivalries, illuminating the fate of religion in late-modern times."--BOOK JACKET.

Yates Paul, His Grand Flights, His Tootings

Author: James Baker Hall

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky


Category: Fiction

Page: 288

View: 187

James Baker Hall's blackly comic coming-of-age novel has been denied, by unfortunate circumstances surrounding its original 1964 publication, its rightful place alongside classics such as Catcher in the Rye and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest in the canon of essential late-twentieth-century American fiction. Set in Lexington, Kentucky, the story unfolds through the eyes of thirteen-year-old Yates Paul. He becomes consumed with revelations about his inattentive father's loneliness, his grandmother's stormy relationship with his boisterous alcoholic uncle, and the frustration of being the best photography assistant in town when no one else knows it. In pursuing his career and falling in love with women twice his age, the precocious Yates falls back on Walter Mittyesque daydreams to cope with a frequently humorous, sometimes dark, world. Long respected among literary insiders, sought after but nearly impossible to obtain, this "lost" classic will finally reach the wider audience it deserves.

Growing Younger

Breakthrough Age-defying Secrets for Women

Author: Bridget Doherty

Publisher: Rodale


Category: Longevity.

Page: 404

View: 830

Breakthrough age-defying secrets for women.

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