5 values children recommend books on the subject of racism

"I'm different than you – I'm like you" by Constanze Kitzing (Carlsen Verlag) Carlsen Glamour This reversible book for children shows that we all have si

5 values children recommend books on the subject of racism

"I'm different than you – I'm like you" by Constanze Kitzing (Carlsen Verlag)

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This reversible book for children shows that we all have similarities and differences. The most important finding, which stands right in the middle of the book, however, is: "I am I!" The illustrated book, which omitted a few sentences, complete words, to support the children to find their own identity and confidently go through life – no matter what skin color you have. From 3 years to 13 euros thalia.de

"Nelly and the Berlin Chen – rescue on the Playground" by Karin Beese (HaWandel publisher)

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In this children's book in which a Teddy bear of a "kidnapping" saved needs to be diversity in the first place: The three Girlfriends Nelly (an Afro-German girl), Amina (daughter of a Muslim family) and Hannah (who is only raised by their mother) are the so-called "Berlin Chen", and are the focus of the action. The book shows the everyday life and the adventures of the girls in the daycare. Their different skin colors, religions, and family constellations are not discussed directly, but as a matter of course by the illustrations shown. By the way: the book won the "respect wins"special prize of the "Berliner counsel for democracy". From 2 years to 8.50 euros on thalia.de

"Little People, Big Dreams: Rosa Parks" by Lisbeth Kaiser (island publishing)

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The book series "Little People, Big Dreams" deals with the lives of impressive people who wanted to achieve as a child, Large – of scientist Marie Curie on pilot Amelia Earhart to singer Aretha Franklin. In the "Rosa Parks"issue to the civil rights activist from the U.S. state of Alabama, wrote in 1955, history, when she refused to give up her Bus seat to a white man to make was which abolished racial segregation in public transport. The book is to motivate the use of such inspirational stories all children to realize their dreams for the future. From the age of 3 to 14 euros thalia.de

"The world at home – reading stories about other cultures," by Susanne Orosz (Ellermann Verlag)

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according to the Motto "As colorful our country is!" wants to bring this book to young readers, the diversity of different cultures that exist in Germany, in more detail. So it is told, for example, of the drum art Tradition from Senegal or from the Afghan fast-breaking, are also here present. A total of 20 stories, all of which play in Germany, and each of the country experts have been researched, to prove that everyone can benefit from different cultures – and it is always worth it to fight with each other instead of against each other. From the age of 5 to 15 euros amazon.de

"of course I'm out of here!" by Sabine Priess (Edition Riedenburg)

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"Where did you come from originally?", "Can I touch your hair?", "Why can you so good at English?": This is a question Black people face daily. "Of course I'm out of here!" is about the nine-year-old Malik, who has a Kenyan father and due to his skin color in Germany, always will be discriminated against. The children and youth book, which is also suitable as a school reading, tells about everyday racism, diversity and tolerance. From the age of 8 to 15 Euro edition Riedenburg.at

This article is published was written by (Larissa White)

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Updated Date: 10 July 2020, 22:26

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