Where am I from?

Where am I from?

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Overview

The world's FIRST children's picture book by Elisavet Arkolaki and illustrated entirely by Platon with life-size spray paint graffiti, painted in public primary schools. A fun, heartwarming story with award-winning art portraying children from all six inhabited continents.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789995796150
Publisher: Faraxa Publishing
Publication date: 02/05/2020
Pages: 34
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.09(d)

Customer Reviews

Where am I from? 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
NanetteHeffernan 3 months ago
We Are All Connected. WHERE AM I FROM is a tender story that helps children feel connected, regardless of what their address is. It draws on many layers from a birth country, to nationality, to mothers, showing children we are all connected. Make sure to take a second and third read to appreciate the illustrations, which are all real graffiti murals…stunning.
Anonymous 4 days ago
I love the way this story makes us think about ethnic and regional origins in a fresh way. The cast of characters begins a gentle argument about where they are from. It seems each child has blinders on and can only view the question from their own perspective--until the youngest comes up with a universal answer that unites all children in a single origin story. A great choice for boosting a contemporary understanding that regional differences don’t matter as much as we might think, accompanied by fantastical graffiti artwork.
ReadersFavorite 29 days ago
Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite Where Am I From? by Elisavet Arkolaki will take young readers on a fascinating journey around the world and will let them join in finding the answer to the question, "Where am I from?" Eva is from Malta and she swam and swam with a dolphin to get there. Chen flew on a tame dragon's back to get there and Tobias ran with a three-headed troll from Norway to get there. Sebastian is from Venezuela and Osiobe rode on a fierce lion. Alice is from California and paddled alongside a mermaid and John hopped with a kangaroo to join them. Master Eric finds the answer to the question and what is it? Where Am I From? by Elisavet Arkolaki shows young readers how they all are connected despite their diversities and how the connection goes beyond the borders of their countries of origin. Children are introduced to new places and will enhance their cultural understanding and enthusiasm for global learning. Platon's graffiti art makes the book captivating and colorful and gives clarity to the concept. The concept has been dealt with from a fresh and unique perspective and it is a wonderful way to connect children from different lands, cultures, and languages. Tutors can use it in classrooms for storytelling sessions and read-aloud sessions in an entertaining and interactive way. Children will appreciate their differences and also understand that they are all connected. The ending is clever and there can be no better way for readers, both adults and children, to understand and feel how connected they all are despite being from diverse backgrounds.