32 pages, 9 x 9
A Story to Help Children Celebrate Diversity
By Emmi Smid
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
In this delightful story, a kind stranger helps a whole village celebrate its inhabitants' differences. Beautifully illustrated and peopled with funny characters of many shapes, colours, and customs, it includes guidance for adults on helping children aged three and up understand the importance of diversity.
RELATED TOPICS: Children's Fiction
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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