[[ BOOKS ]] ✫ Crayons - Color My World Author Sharon Straka Hendricks – Tanitiyor.us

[[ BOOKS ]] ✫ Crayons - Color My World  Author Sharon Straka Hendricks – Tanitiyor.us
  • Kindle Edition
  • Crayons - Color My World
  • Sharon Straka Hendricks
  • English
  • 23 December 2018

Crayons - Color My World Alpha Academic Press Is Proud To Release Another Book By Acclaimed Author Sharon Straka Hendricks Capitalizing On The Success Of Mike And The Deaf Student Which Addresses The Topic Of Bullying, Crayons Color My World Takes A Look At A Young Girl As She Discovers The Richness Of Color And Diversity All Around Her Sharon S Books Are Tailored For The Young Reader In The Age Group Of Seven To Ten Years Old They Help The Young Reader Discover And Understand Real World Concerns That May Impact Their Lives These Books Are Not Restricted To Just Elementary School Students They Have Received Rave Reviews By People Of All Ages We Recommend That You First Read The Book, Then Let Your Child Read The Book Now Enter Into A Discussion About What They Read And How This Makes Them Feel These Books Are A Journey To Be Explored Look For Future Volumes By Sharon That Address Many Of The Areas That Will Impact The Lives Of Your Children These Are A Must Read And Must Share Collection

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10 thoughts on “Crayons - Color My World

  1. says:

    Is it ever too early to teach children about racial diversity No it isn t But how to do so in a way that a small child might understand That s the key.In a truly ingenious way, Crayons gives parents the perfect tool to do just that The world, with so many cultures, ethnicities and colors, is not unlike a box of crayons, and that s logic that even a small child can understand It truly does take many colors to make a beautiful picture.Though there were a couple of illustrations that I would h Is it ever too early to teach children about racial diversity No it isn t But how to do so in a way that a small child might understand That s the key.In a truly ingenious way, Crayons gives parents the perfect tool to do just that The world, with so many cultures, ethnicities and colors, i...

  2. says:

    Five star review for Crayons Color my World by Sharon Straka Hendricks posted on.com,.ca,.uk,.au, goodreadsThis was a very enjoyable children s book with a great message, well told I liked the was the mother resolved a question that every parent will at some point get asked by their young kids I wish I had this book when my wife and I were asked It is a story so well told, with wonderful artwork, I could see this being read over and over again The story could even be acted out in real l Five star review for Crayons Color my World by Sharon Straka Hendricks posted on.com,.ca,.uk,.au, goodreadsThis was a very enjoyable children s book with a great message, well told I liked the was the mother resolved a question that every parent will at some point get asked by their young kids I wish I had this book when my wife and I were asked It is a story so well told, with wonderful artwork, I could see this being read over and over again The...

  3. says:

    It takes a lot of different people to make the world colorful Now that is a profound statement and it pretty much sums up this book It is wonderful It takes such an important lesson and explains it in a way that makes sense to kids Kids need to learn at a young age that diversity is a good thing There is no way they could read this book and then disagree with it Crayons are such a part of childhood Every kid uses them at some point To use such a well known in...

  4. says:

    Crayons Color My World by Sharon Straka Hendricks is the second of her books that I ve read She is quite adept at writing in a way that makes sense for both children and parents alike What I mean is that children can find meaning in their own way, while parents can explain underlying metaphors as they feel important The book is colorful and imaginative, and it provides a window into feelings of uncertainty and methods of obse...

  5. says:

    Not as effective and emotionally powerful as the author s other book I read, Mike and the Deaf Student, but certainly well told and probably fairly appropriate for what is identified as a four year old child.My family is Hispanic, and I remember the first time my younger sister, and really also my brother and I, saw a lady of a different color walking down the street the opposite side of us My sister exclaimed and pointed to the lady, who thank goodness, sm...

  6. says:

    Different colorsThe story is cute and explains colors It felt a bit rudimentary and a little bit like the child had lived in a box up until she was at the park Most children are aware of different colored people at an early age due to being exposed either by where they live or by being in a d...

  7. says:

    Crayons is a wonderfully drawn picture book for children It is also an invaluable tool to teach them about diversity The author has put together a unique and ingenious way to communicate how beautiful an...

  8. says:

    A Great Message for DiversityI haven t read a children s book in quite some time, but the cover of this particular book intrigued me I must say, I m glad that I read it.The story begins with a little girl discovering for the first time ra...

  9. says:

    Teaching diversityThis is truly a great book for kids My son always says this about why are people different colors With this book it teaches the world is not beautiful without all colors Great story.

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