My Skin, Your Skin

by Laura Henry-Allain MBE
illustrated by Onyinye Iwu

Ref: 17007

"We are all born with beautiful skin. We are not born racist. Some people feel uncomfortable talking about race, but we do not need to be".
Subtitled, "Let's talk about race, racism and empowerment", this book ranks very highly for us as a clear, accessible and eminently child-friendly introduction to discussions about racism. Refreshingly direct, empowering- and positive, it comes with a helpful glossary (for e.g., "Anti-Blackness" & "culture"), questions/prompts and some superb tips for adults about how to use the book with children. Written by an international, award-winning, early education expert. Praised highly by our reviewers: 'Really useful non-fiction for early years to support teaching of anti-racism. Good explanations and can help to build dialogue, especially for less experienced teachers' (Edyta, Primary Teacher, Letterbox Library Reviewer). 'Inclusive and colourful book about a very serious, complex behaviour that impacts on all people...Every organisation which works with children should have one. Highly recommended' (Ann Marie, EY Safeguarding Consultant, Letterbox Library reviewer). Age 4-8, Hardback 29pp

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