Beautiful Is Black

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Children Stories  |  House: Booksie Classic
This book is a powerful tool for parents, caregivers, and teachers as a means of communicating with any child—especially girls—who are dealing with acceptance issues. It teaches that differences are what make us unique, as defined by a young girl’s conversation with her mother. If we all looked exactly the same, the world would not be so colorful or exciting. Each of us contributes something special to the world, even if we do not always feel that way. As parents, caregivers, teachers, and society as a whole, we must see young children as one of our most valuable assets. It is our children who shape the future, and anything that affects them in a negative manner should be addressed at an early age, regardless of gender or ethnicity.

This book makes a great book collection addition for teachers, youth pastors, grandparents, babysitters, and other caregivers as well. The lessons are great for any child, regardless of religion, ethnicity, disability, or any other factor.

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Beautiful Is Black

Submitted: July 13, 2015

This book is a powerful tool for parents, caregivers, and teachers as a means of communicating with any child—especially girls—who are dealing with acceptance issues. It teaches that differences are what make us unique, as defined by a young girl’s conversation with her mother. If we all looked exactly the same, the world would not be so colorful or exciting. Each of us contributes something special to the world, even if we do not always feel that way. As parents, caregivers, teachers, and society as a whole, we must see young children as one of our most valuable assets. It is our children who shape the future, and anything that affects them in a negative manner should be addressed at an early age, regardless of gender or ethnicity.

This book makes a great book collection addition for teachers, youth pastors, grandparents, babysitters, and other caregivers as well. The lessons are great for any child, regardless of religion, ethnicity, disability, or any other factor. Read Chapter