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The World Through Picture Books
The World through Picture Books / Edited by Annie Everall and Viviana Quinones
The Hague, IFLA Headquarters, 2013 – 140 p. 30 cm. – (IFLA Professional Reports:135)
Multicultural Book Suggestions to Support Values Education - Sorted by topic from the National Library Board of Singapore
Caring and Compassion
AUTHOR Stroud, Bettye
When their elderly neighbour, Miss Dessa, falls down, two sisters spend the
day caring for her.
Sisters fiction Old age fiction
Neighborliness fiction Afro-American fiction
Embarassing failure is turned triumphant in this satisfying tale of honesty rewarded.
Honesty Folklore China
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This is an ongoing database of children's books that are useful when working with children and families who are experiencing crisis. This list was originally created by university students working on advanced degrees, in partial completion for a crisis intervention course.
Books suggested by Ruth Wong
Wither our roots and our values? Maximizing Asian children’s literature.
Asian Children’s Writers and Illustrators Conference (ACWIC) 2010
In this technological age where the world is considered a global village, what is the place of Asian children’s literature in our classrooms? Ruth shared how Asian children’s literature can be maximized for anchoring our roots and inculcating values, and how we can use this genre to celebrate our similarities and acknowledge our diversity.