Celebrates being Bold, All Bliss Boy, All Bad Boy Beast, Boy running, Boy Jumping, Boy Sitting Down, and being in Love With Being a Boy.
Babies and toddlers enjoy looking at faces in books. When we share pictures of people of diverse races and cultures, seeing positive images of different looks, lives and experiences can help children feel good about themselves and those around them. When babies and toddlers feel connected to racially diverse characters, positive racial identity development can begin. To learn more about positive racial identity development in early education, take a look at the Understanding PRIDE in Pittsburgh report.
Illustrated version of the well-known spiritual. Includes the words and melody.
A young African American girl describes the different, wonderful ways she can wear her hair.
When Dad takes Leo to visit the doctor, Leo learns to wait his turn, sit quietly while his eyes and ears are checked, and be brave during a shot.
Celebrates a child’s love for a variety of trucks, from fire engines to cement mixers to ice cream trucks.
When Max leaves his grandfather’s house, the moon follows him all the way home, just as Grandpa promised it would.
Join Rosa and her friends as they play with their scooters.
Although young babies may not understand the lyrical text or truly appreciate the amazing artwork, children of all ages appreciate the sense of being cherished, welcomed and loved, so start out reading this beautiful book to your baby and keep on reading it together as the years fly by.
Takes a loving look at knees from the vantage point of a mother’s lap.