Little Bee Books: Our Rainbow


Llustrated by a different illustrator Red was my avouriteWhether referencing LGTB or people in general this is a lovely book Anything promoting love and acceptance is something I want TLB to see I love this and we need a copy This is another great book and a uniue way to learn about the lgbt community and is a great book to have in the classroom The storyline is great Lady Janes Nemesis for young readrs because it gives an outside perspective on being a part of the lgbt community I have read many other Little Bee books and recommend themor early learners This is one of the best board books I ve read in a long time The artwork is absolutely stunning The explanation of each of the colors of the LGBTIA rainbow is clear concise and so very poeticlyrical I cannot recommend this one enoug. Ok teaches the youngest of readers all about the colors of this rainbow and the simple acts of kindness that can brighten up our world This book is published in partnership with GLAAD to accelerate LGBT inclusivity and acceptance.

Better than others Each spread is suffused with the color though the opening and closing spreads are A Texas Rangers Family (The Stone Family full rainbows I was perusing the board book section of our library and picked up books on colours Saw this thought colours and wondered why black and brown were included in the rainbow and not pink Shrugged and popped it into the stroller to check out Got home and started reading it to The Little Burrito and didn t realize until the last page that it was made with GLAADI thought this was just beautifully written about loving and accepting the similarities and difference of people and what each colour representedBlack DiversityBrown InclusivityRed LifeOrange HealingYellow SunlightGreen NatureBlue HarmonyPurple SpiritNow we knowThe artwork was uniue and each colour was Ng child is enchanted by the beautiful colors of the rainbow Now Our Rainbow can teach toddlers all about the meaning of each color of the pridelag Told in simple engaging text and paired with bright illustrations this board bo.

The story is really moving and the artwork is wonderful Great read Racialization, Crime, and Criminal Justice in Canada for Pride month This board book explains the different colors of the Pridelag to kids though it doesn t actually name it as the Pride Computers flag just our rainbowlag It mostly talks about themes and doesn t explicitly talk about gendersexuality but multiple spreads include apparently same gender couples and the Red spread has a person with long hair a Before You full beard and a dressull in the center It s the Philadelphia version so it has brownblack but no pink or indigo but it does retain the original meanings which I appreciatedBlack Brown Diversity and InclusivityRed LifeOrange HealingYellow SunlightGreen NatureBlue HarmonyPurple SpiritEach spread is illustrated by a different person so I liked some of them. In this beautiful bold board book children will learn about the colors of the iconic pride A History of the Guyanese Working People, 1881-1905 flag Red orange yellow green blue purple black and brown These are the colors of our rainbowlag Do you know what they stand orEvery you.

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