Our Race/Culture Concepts category features books that present, explore, communicate and describe a specific aspect of a racial, ethnic or cultural group. These books invite children to consider new perspectives related to racial, ethnic, or cultural commonalities and differences. Concept Books may or may not have a storyline and characters, but if so, all are in service of or examples of commonalities and differences.
"Through direct quotations, verse, and prose, presents the achievements of a diverse group of people who illustrate Dr. Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences. Includes information about the eight basic ways people can be "smart" and suggested activities"--Provided by publisher
At a busy street market, kids are happily eating ice cream. But disaster strikes when a little dog overturns a spice cart, showering pepper on everyone's ice cream. Will the kids end up crying or cheering? Energetic art and a lift-the-flap feature make exploring language fun
"Ebele loves games, and she plays from morning to night in the village ama. But when she hears that her Senegalese cousin Ngony is come to stay, and wants to play their favourite games, Ebele starts to wonder--what is her favourite game?"--P.  of cover