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A Rainbow All Around Me epub

by Sandra Pinkney,Myles Pinkney


A Rainbow All Around Me epub

ISBN: 043930928X

ISBN13: 978-0439309288

Author: Sandra Pinkney,Myles Pinkney

Category: For Children

Subcategory: Geography & Cultures

Language: English

Publisher: Cartwheel (February 1, 2002)

Pages: 40 pages

ePUB book: 1969 kb

FB2 book: 1136 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 806

Other Formats: lrf lrf lit mbr





A Rainbow All Around Me book.

A Rainbow All Around Me book. A thoughtful look at colors, this photo essay is Myles and. A thoughtful look at colors, this photo essay is Myles and Sandra Pinkney's follow-up to their debut title, SHADES OF BLACK, winner of an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Children's Literary Work. Red Hot Full of love Cinnamony sweet A Happy Valentine. Purple Wild Crazy Nutritious and delicious Jammin' on a slice of bread.

The rainbow theme stretches beyond the study of color to embrace the multicultural . Though slightly garbled, the message is worthwhile. by Sandra L. Pinkney & photographed by Myles C. Pinkney.

The rainbow theme stretches beyond the study of color to embrace the multicultural rainbow of diversity that the children represent. The statement "Colors are you. Colors are me" is repeated every so often to drive home this idea. Unfortunately, some of the connections are a little bit of a stretch and not easily represented in a photograph. So, orange is defined as "Fruity" and shown as a child dropping an orange slice into his mouth; "Tangy" and it's the child biting into the slice.

Myles & Sandra Pinkney have Collaborated on 4 very special children’s books; Shades of Black, A Rainbow All Around . Sandra L Pinkney is the author of these special books for children.

Myles & Sandra Pinkney have Collaborated on 4 very special children’s books; Shades of Black, A Rainbow All Around Me, Read and Rise, and I Am Latino, the Beauty in Me. She inspired children to feel good about who they are. Myles C Pinkney is the photo-illustrator, photographing many children, allowing the reader to see themselves in a more positive way.

A rainbow all around me. by. Sandra L.

A Rainbow All Around Me by Sandra L. Pinkney, photographs by Myles C. Pinkney This visually-playful photography book shows children of different races dressed in different colors

A Rainbow All Around Me by Sandra L. Pinkney This visually-playful photography book shows children of different races dressed in different colors. The words that accompany the pictures evoke feelings for each hue and show that there is a piece of the rainbow in all of us. The Case for Loving: The Fight for Interracial Marriage, J 30. 4A, by Selina Alko, illustrations by Sean Qualls and Selina Alko The ability to marry whomever you love, regardless of race, wasn’t always a legal right in America.

Sandra L. Pinkey is the author of A Rainbow All Around Me. Myles C. Pinkey has created photographic illustrations for a number of children's books, including A Rainbow All Around Me by Sandra L. Pinkney, It's Raining. Pinkney, It's Raining Laughter by Nikki Grimes, and Can You Imagine? by Patricia C. McKissack. If mixed parents like us didn't offer positive reinforcement of black and African culture and identity, a child who looks ours could go through life completely ignoring the part of his heritage and culture that comes from his African grandmother, aunties, uncles and cousins.

A rainbow all around me, by Sandra L. Pinkney ; photographs by Myles C. Children's Books Baby Books Kid Books Board Books For Babies Books To Read Picture Books Personal Narratives Baby Storytime Children's Library. Whoever you are,' By Mem Fox.

A baby gets his shoes dirty with different colors. The Deep Blue Sea, A Book Of Colors. Pictures by Bruce Wood. New York, NY: The Blue Sky Press, 2005. Tropical island is used to show different colors. All Lemberg Children’s Center reading lists are compiled by our staff Librarian, Jared Stern.

A thoughtful look at colors, this photo essay is Myles and Sandra Pinkney's follow-up to their debut title, SHADES OF BLACK, winner of an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Children's Literary Work.RedHotFull of loveCinnamony sweetA Happy ValentinePurpleWildCrazyNutritious and deliciousJammin' on a slice of bread
I absolutely loved the Pinkeys' book, Shades of Black. It really gives children an understanding of the varying physical characteristics among Blacks, lends a positive vocabulary, and gives children someone to identify with.

This spin-off just recycles the ideas of Everybody's Beautiful and The World is a Rainbow. There is a poster child for each ethnicity and an association with a color. The children are pictured wearing their color... not by stereotype.

This book is cute enough, but it is pretty fluffy.
As always with the Pinkneys, the pictures in this book are wonderful. My little ones really likes this book and I've book copies of all of their other books, too.
the colors were fantastic and the children loved to read it. it was nice to see children from all over the world
A joyful group of multiethnic children guide young readers through the bright, jazzy colors of the rainbow. On each double spread page, a child from one culture shares their fun focusing on a color. The rich, creative text and terrific photographs bring these colors vividly to life. A little boy from Jordan is dressed in a tuxedo, ready to dance with the words, "Tappin', Rhythm, Moving feet, Dancin' to the beat." Every few pages, a multicultural band of children wave flags of color, pointing to a rainbow painted with the text, "Colors are you. Colors are me." The succinct and poetic style of the text as well as the outstanding artwork and friendly faces will appeal to youngsters from preschool through first grade, while gently allowing them to consider the rainbow of humanity. This provides a great jumping board to discuss feelings and emotions connected to ethnic diversity.
My daughter's Pre-K has this book and it is looked at so often that it is tattered and torn. My daughter wanted one for Xmas so "Santa" got her this one. I think I will buy a second one for the school. Very nice, easy to read, excellent photos and color and nice message arout us all being different colors...yet all the same. Don't hesitate to buy this one for sure!
My son is 1 but loves the book because of the colors. Very good book for diversity
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