A Story to Help Children Celebrate Diversity
In a land faraway, there is a village where nobody likes to mix with anyone who is different from them. Until an unexpected visitor comes along, and shows the villagers how much stronger they are when they all come together...
This vibrantly illustrated story helps children aged 3+ celebrate diversity and be kind to others. In the face of adversity, a stranger helps creatures of different shapes, colours, and habits, to unite and transform their village into a harmonious rainbow. At the back is a support section for professionals to help children talk about and understand the story.
Emmi Smid is the author and illustrator of Luna's Red Hat, the translator of Big Tree is Sick, and the illustrator of Minnie and Max are OK! She lives in London.
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