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  • Paperback
  • 32
  • All the Colors of the Earth Mulberry Books
  • Sheila Hamanaka
  • English
  • 20 May 2019
  • 9780688170622

10 thoughts on “All the Colors of the Earth Mulberry Books

  1. says:

    Nice book about euality

  2. says:

    Heavy handed but lovely all the same

  3. says:

    This book celebrates the diversity of individuals through images of children and families This book is suitable for children aged 4 as there are vibrant colours that engage them and relate to earth and natureMore specifical

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    Did you know that National Diversity Day is this Friday October 4 2019? First established in 2005 National Diversity Day is a day to celebrate and embrace who we are despite our differences A day to reflect on and learn about differen

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    Summary All the Colors of the Earth is a book that celebrates diversity It is written in rhymes so it flows well and is very easy to read It explains how all children and people come in different colors but they are all impo

  6. says:

    This lovely story is about diversity and how every child on earth is a different color It used nature foods and animals as figurative language to compare skin colors amongst the kids It has a lyrical rhythm to it while reading which made it flow cohesively It achieved this by using rhyming and writing the words in a wave

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    Summary This is a very simple book that compares the colors of children to various aspects of the world It mentions their hair textures and colors skin colors and makes comparisons to the sky wheat honey animals and other natural colors on earth  EvaluationThis is a very simple book written in poetic lines that is full of imagery and compar

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    This is a lovely book to read to young learners It is a poetic description of the beauty of all the colors that children represent across the wo

  9. says:

    I absolutely love this children's book I have used this book many times throughout my teaching career The beaut

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    This book features a short descriptive narrative printed in a large font accompanied by colorful illustrations created with oil paints on canvas Many of the images seem pixellated by the closeup view of the paint on the canvas The message of the poem is beautiful but I feel as though it would feel somewhat awkward to read it aloud Maybe it's just meThe rhyme scheme doesn't flow very smoothly at least for the first couple of lines and while

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All the Colors of the Earth Mulberry Books

Hope of the future This glorious picture book does just that BooklistA poetic picture book and an exemplary work of art The simple text describes children's skin tones and hair in terms of natural phenomena and then describes love for these children with rich colors and flavors A celebration of diversity School Library Journal. I absolutely love this children s book I have used this book many times throughout my teaching career The beautiful wording accompanied by stunning pictures are really moving I love that the beauty in nature is connected to the beauty of the variety of skin color of children on earth This book also does an amazing job of depicting families of all races as well as interracial couples It relays a message of pride for all colors All the Colors of the Earth is an excellent book for younger students but can be appreciated by people of all ages

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Celebrate the colors of children and the colors of love not black or white or yellow or red but roaring brown whispering gold tinkling pink and Sheila Hamanaka's All the Colors of the Earth is a classic to share alongside such favorites as We're Different We're the Same All Are Welcome and The World Needs More Purple PeopleThi. Heavy handed but lovely all the same

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S beautifully illustrated book celebrates the beauty of diversity to the fullest through engaging rhyming text commented Charnaie Gordon in her Brightly review All the Colors of the Earth would be a wonderful book to use in multicultural classrooms in schoolsHow better to celebrate ethnic diversity than to look to children the. This lovely story is about diversity and how every child on earth is a different color It used nature foods and animals as figurative language to compare skin colors amongst the kids It has a lyrical rhythm to it while reading which made it flow cohesively It achieved this by using rhyming and writing the words in a wave like motion across the page I think this motion really enhanced the presentation of the book because it made you want to speak poetic in your head or while reading aloud With reference to the illustrations each scene is filled with the colorsshades of nature and has a different children in it Using children as the main characters it likely strongly appeals to their age group and makes them capable of putting themselves in their shoes Through her use of oil paint on canvas remarkable illustrations were produced that are textured show depth and even contour faces I feel like the effort put into this creation was far beyond that of other children s book illustrators The message the book sends is imperative in todays world and should be delivered in every classroom Being culturally ethnically or racially aware takes exposure to the subject I would use this in my classroom to introduce different cultures from all around the world

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