An introduction to standing up to racism for young children and their families, with flaps to lift
It's never too early to teach children to be antiracist, and this lift-the-flap book is a great toolkit for young children and their families alike. It is all about recognising and celebrating the differences that make people who they are, and explains in age-appropriate language what racism is and how to help stand up to it.
Find Out About: Racism helps curious preschoolers understand how other children live and the different challenges everyone faces, which is key for developing empathy. With flaps to lift, this is an excellent, interactive book for children and their parents and carers to share together.
A free parent guide to talking about racism with young children is available to download separately.
Also available: Feelings, Kindness, Saving Our Planet, Families, Making Friends
This is Book 26 in the Find out About Series. See all Find out About books here.
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Louise Forshaw discovered drawing at a young age and has rarely stopped drawing since! Studying Illustration and Animation at Newcastle College she graduated in 2008. Turning her attention to children's books she now works from her small home studio, with three Jack Russell terriers to keep her company. She has also illustrated several Busy Book titles for CMore about Louise Forshaw