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My kid loves it. Every time she opens the book, it reminds her how much she misses her play group during lockdown. Also very good book if you want your child to learn the importance of multi cultural environment, respecting all of them.
This is a lovely book - beautifully illustrated and with warm and welcoming wording. It is ideal to have in a classroom and to share on a regular basis. I have bought it for professional purposes, to inspire people in churches to think about their inclusivity and diversity, but I am positive that children would love to read it and find themselves represented in there. Would that the whole world were as inclusive and welcoming.
I got this book for my teaching interview (and one to use with my future classes). It is an absolutely lovely book, with vivid illustrations that relate to the text. The book is great for teaching children about diversity and inclusion through reading.
Fantastic book for a school. I didn’t realise it was written solely about a classroom so it’s not really suitable for my 2yr old daughter, but we’ll read it with her lots before she starts school. It’s a lovely, heart warming, inclusive book though! I’d recommend it to any primary teacher!
Lovely book with beautiful illustrations. The repeated element of ‘all are welcome here’ enables children to remember that we are all accepted equally. This was a lovely text to use as part of our settling in sessions at school as we begun to look at what makes us special.
My daughter is about to be 2years old and she absolutely loves this book! The illustrations are incredible, after i read a page my daughter will stop and point to images telling me what she sees. This book not only helps highlight diversity but really promotes language skills. My daughter has learnt what a wheelchair is, different cultural foods that the children eat at lunch. (Beautiful imagry of different types of breads, meals and drinks) We discuss the children with headscalfs, glasses, the child praying and the different types of activities at school.
Excellent book. Learning, development and support for a wide range of readers. Beautiful illustrations - lots of conversation from the pictures alone. Words are straightforward and clear for the message of inclusivity.