My Skin, Your Skin: Let's talk about race, racism and empowerment (Hardback)
  • My Skin, Your Skin: Let's talk about race, racism and empowerment (Hardback)
  • My Skin, Your Skin: Let's talk about race, racism and empowerment (Hardback)
  • My Skin, Your Skin: Let's talk about race, racism and empowerment (Hardback)
  • My Skin, Your Skin: Let's talk about race, racism and empowerment (Hardback)
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My Skin, Your Skin: Let's talk about race, racism and empowerment (Hardback) My Skin, Your Skin: Let's talk about race, racism and empowerment (Hardback) My Skin, Your Skin: Let's talk about race, racism and empowerment (Hardback)

My Skin, Your Skin: Let's talk about race, racism and empowerment (Hardback)

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Hardback 32 Pages / Published: 21/10/2021
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Packed with vibrant illustrations from Onyinye Iwu, My Skin, Your Skin is an invaluable resource for helping young children learn about anti-racism and celebrate the achievements of all children from a noted Early Years expert.

My Skin Your Skin is a powerful book to help children and adults have meaningful discussions about race and anti-racism. Most importantly, the book empowers children to be the best versions of themselves; to have self-love, self-esteem and self-worth, irrespective of their skin colour.

This book was specifically written by Early Years expert and children's media creator, Laura Henry-Allain MBE, to support parents, teachers and guardians to explain what racism is, why it is wrong, and what children can do if they see it or experience it. It also explores how important it is for children to celebrate their achievements and greatness.

Fully-illustrated throughout by talented illustrator Onyinye Iwu, My Skin, Your Skin is aimed at children aged four and above.

Containing explanations on key words and concepts written in child-friendly, accessible language, with relatable examples, this book supports children's understanding in building an anti-racist stance from an early age.

It is perfect to read at home, and in classrooms, to support your child's life-long learning journey.

Publisher: Penguin Random House Children's UK
ISBN: 9780241512739
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 442 g
Dimensions: 292 x 238 x 9 mm

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“The book I wish I’d had as a child”

This is the book I wish had been around when I was child, but I’m unbelievably grateful that we have it now! This book holds space for great conversations with kids (mine are 7 and 4) and gives you an incredibly... More

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“A must buy for teachers and parents”

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“Lovely, informative book.”

This is a lovely book with beautiful illustrations. It is excellent for explaining race and the differences between people, but that this is a positive thing in a way that is simple for children to understand. It... More

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