Saturday, August 22, 2020

2020 August Reading


Sunshine and lemonade once described the simple life of a child’s summer time; no longer is this true. As in the past, children are again faced with social unrest and a pandemic crisis. Teaching children about racism was once teaching children to not see color; however, in a way, doing so diminishes the past that built each one of us. Books provide the perfect avenue to teach children of all ages exploration of differences, arise pride in our culture, and create a society of respect through honesty and acceptance. Check out the books below about germs and racism.  All books are fun at any age, the following are appropriate for K-2 reading levels. Enjoy and spread the love and not the virus. Stay safe and be diligent! 










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