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Why Am I Different? (Concept Books)An older book that covers many different types of differences growth hereditary hair color hysical conditions allergies abilities references family standards circumstances religions cultural backgrounds arental occupations adoptions etc Each age covers a different circumstance which *can be used as a discussion oint by arents teachers or guardians Printed in 1976 this book *be used as a discussion oint by arents teachers or guardians Printed in 1976 this book rather old the ictures are only three colors white black and yellow and are not attractive to today s children This would not be something students will take out of the library on their own but may be something teachers or counselors will want on their shelves for certain situations Fiction Why Am I Different talks about the many ways in which children realize they are different from others It s no secret that we are all different and uniue Children notice these differences and wonder why eople look the way they do More importantly they wonder why they are different The book asks reader WHAT MAKES THEM DIFFERENT THE STORY CONTAINED MANY REALISTIC makes them different The story contained many realistic of being different and I feel many students can relate to at least one of the scenarios There is a transition within the book where some children hate standing out or do not fit the norm but towards the end they relieve that everyone is uniue and the world would be a very boring lace if everyone was exactly the same The language is easy to follow and age appropriate for young children exactly the same The language is easy to follow and age appropriate for young children book contained black and white illustrations with random items colored yellow I ersonally think children are drawn to colorful images but I feel there was a urpose to this simplicity It may be a way to show that the world would be dull if everyone was alike I m not uite sure The In This Land: The Purple Book, Volume Four pictures did correspond well with the text and help further develop the story Multiple cultures wereresent and were not negatively stereotyped The readers gained brief insight to each individual character s lifestyle which is understandable considering how many instances of diversity were given 3 4 contemporary realistic Often times children shy away from groups because they ma. Some eople can't eat chocolate and some are good at whistling Some eople are tall some are ,


Y not like the same things or have different beliefs but this Story Beautifully Explains That beautifully explains that s okay to be different because we all are i feel the really we all are I feel the really children s respect to a story This is a wonderful book about being different It covers almost every aspects of being different from age gender race hair family hobbies and much It is about embracing what you have and loving it This is a great book about loving yourself despite being different from the eople in your class Summary This book is about children who are different and it talks about what is different in each and everyone one of them It talks about how children can all look different in sizes hair color skin color or eye color It goes on to talk about the differences in food children eat and different homes family and what animals they have It shows contrast between eople and how it is okay to be different because eople will accept you and will like you for who you are and not what your differences are At the end it says that we are all different but also alike and if everyone was the same no one would like that It ends by saying I am different and so are you That s good Theme I think the theme in this story is acceptance of others and being okay in your own skin and with the life you live It shows many examples of The Meaning of Difference: American Constructions of Race, Sex and Gender, Social Class, Sexual Orientation, and Disability people who are different and most children can connect to the children in some way whether it be their skin color or what animals they have Rating I would rate this book a 4 I think it is important for children to understandeople are different and that we all come from different One Small Step: An Anthology of Discoveries places but can all still be friends Personal Response I remember in elementary school when bullying started and we always talked about how it was okay to be different I used to get made fun of for being smaller than everyone else and it constantly hurt my feelings I think it is a good thing to teach children young thateople are different and it is not okay to make fun of them The book explains that everyone is different my second grade teacher used to always say everyone is different and it s okay because everyo. Hort People want different things for their birthdays If we were all the same it would be like. .

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Ne is still friends Recommendation I would recommend this book to teachers working with young children and arents They could use this book to help teach book to teachers working with young children and arents They could use this book to help teach before they are in the school setting that not everyone is like them It gives a lot of good examples of children at school and is very relatable to most children The intent of this book is nice but it definitely a roduct of the 70 s This book demonstrates an assortment of ways in which eople are different It Birds presents a different child on eachage who tells about one things that is different about them The Types Of Differences Vary From Hair Color Size Age types of differences vary from hair color size age grandparents housing language adoption and The children express being content with WHOM YOU ARE SOME EXPRESS THE you are Some express the feelings that can come from not being one of the crowd but at the end of the day being content with being different I thought this was a very sweet children s book that discusses the differences between everyone and their uniue differences This book looks at the uniueness of all many multiracial Tales from the Ballpark Tales from the Ballpark Tales from the Ballpark: More of the Greatest True Baseball Stories Ever Told More of the Greatest True Baseball Stories Ever Told More of the Greatest True Baseball Stories Ever Told people that children encounter in a day The differences range from missing teeth skin color height hair color and foodreferences The children and Isocrates I (The Oratory of Classical Greece, vol. 4) people of this town are illustrated in a way that shows the many differences with out using hardly any color The book only uses black and white illustrations with occasional splashes of yellow on someants shirts and walls The book was written and illustrated in 1976 and the outfits and scene depictions definitely show the era but it is still a book that can work in the current classroom when talking about multicultural differences Summary In this book children from different families and backgrounds distinguish differences between themselves and others The children first discuss Robot Programming: A Practical Guide to Behavior-Based Robotics physical differences then allergic differences differences in a A book that introduces different cultures and acknowledgeseople are different Shows students that eople are not the same and that is a good thing I would keep this on my bookshelves and read it to my class if there were roblems occuring regarding culture. Seeing everything in gray boring Being different makes the world a colorful and exciting Versailles plac.