Little Allies: A Children’s Story about Inclusion, Diversity, and Becoming an Ally is a positive, wholesome, and enjoyable exploration of diversity.
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Elyssa Nicole Trust is an award-winning actor, voiceover artist, playwright, screenwriter, and children’s book author. Here she discusses Daisy Moves to America.
Daisy Moves to America, by Elyssa Nicole Trust, is a humorous rhyming dive into the common language that separates Americans and Brits.
If you’re looking for some real-world wisdom to share with the kids in your life, certainly try reading What I Tell Myself First.
I am an English Language Learner promotes cultural inclusivity, celebrates diversity, and encourages empathy.
I’m optimistic that, through literature that explores and celebrates diversity, all kids will be able to comfortably go on any adventure with any character to anywhere.
Which five words best describe Dream On, Amber?
Oh boy. That’s tricky. How about warm, witty, heartbreaking, upbeat and booyakasha.
Artists working across boundaries must demonstrate profound respect for and deep knowledge of the Other. This means a thoroughly open-minded attitude—and much labor in terms of research and questioning one’s own assumptions.
Author Vilasinee Bunnag, along with illustrator Yasmin Doctor, have created a wonderfully interactive picture book, Where Do Our Baby Teeth Go?, to help little ones understand, celebrate, and document this rite of passage.