by Pam Scheunemann

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Children's Literature
In simple, brief passages, readers will learn what it means to be tolerant. Photographs of children with varying disabilities, as well as students of various cultural backgrounds, will help the reader to understand that everyone is different in many ways, but also alike in many ways. Children will learn to see beyond the differences and accept people for who they are. This series is designed for the beginning reader and is coded for the parent or teacher as to the levels of skill required. Titles in this series, "United We Stand," discuss courage, freedom, justice, patriotism, tolerance and volunteering. Each volume includes an index and a glossary. This is a basic introduction to some very complicated principles, and it should be included in all early childhood centers as well as elementary libraries. 2003, SandCastle/Abdo Publishing,
— Joyce Rice

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ABDO Publishing
Publication date:
United We Stand
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 7.30(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range:
4 - 8 Years

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