10 Tips for Reading Picture Books with Children through a Race-Conscious Lens – from embracerace

How do you discuss the current racial tensions with small children? Children aren’t born knowing these things They often to no notice differences unless they are pointed out. For 10 helpful tips check this out.

Platform Number 4

~by Megan Dowd Lambert

“How can caregivers and educators best guide children to and through picture books with positive racial representations? How can we also support kids in resisting or reading against racist content? These tips draw on the Whole Book Approach (WBA, which I created in association with The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art) and other resources to highlight how picture books can provoke meaningful, transformative conversations between children and adults that embrace race.”

Great ideas and additional links here! I hope you find something helpful or ideas to pass on to others.     Take care!   Becky

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4 thoughts on “10 Tips for Reading Picture Books with Children through a Race-Conscious Lens – from embracerace”

  1. ha! No, not a librarian but I appreciate them. I have an account with Submittable. (https://www.submittable.com/) It is probably the most popular submission software for all manner of literary and scientific and otherwise journals and magazines. They send out a monthly newsletter with a smattering of articles from around the internet as well as a selection of current calls for submission calls culled from the journals that use their service. I always browse both to see what’s up.

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