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Celebrating Differences

   

600138

Celebrating Differences

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Marco has freckles. Lala talks with her hands. Tina has two dads. What makes a person different is one of the things that makes him or her special. Young readers can learn more about how our differences can make our society stronger and more interesting with these engaging titles. Carefully leveled text and vibrant, full-color photos support beginning readers and make reading informational text easy and fun. Includes an activity, picture glossary, and index.
Number of books in the series: 5

ISBN :  600138

List Price :  $128.25

Library Price :   $89.75

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SKU 600138
Series Celebrating Differences
Reading Level Kindergarten
Interest Level Grades K-3
ATOS 0.8-1.0
Lexile No
Guided Reading Level E
Copyright Year 2018
Dewey 300-Social Science
ISBN 600138
Author Rebecca Pettiford
Artwork Photography
Publisher Jump!
Imprint Bullfrog Books
AR Quiz Yes
Review Source School Library Journal
Pages 24
Trim Size 7.75" x 7.75"
Book Format Hardcover
Reading Counts Points No
Reviews

School Library Journal, November 2017
Five strong titles designed to show tiny learners that anything is possible, as seen in Different Abilities, or that not all families look alike, as evidenced in Families. Each title opens with suggestions for adults as they guide young readers through the text using picture walks, discussing the cover photos, and studying the picture glossary in the back. Sharp, detailed color photographs easily tie into the short and factual text, encouraging students to talk about the illustrations and what they show. Families attempts in its small format to include a wide variety of households; for example, foster children, grandparents as primary caretakers, same-sex parents, and biracial families. Each title in the series ends with a question designed to keep the conversation going. VERDICT A well-thought-out series and a first purchase for early learning collections in school and public libraries.