Looking for a way to develop empathy and respect through a wider knowledge and understanding of other cultures, races, and abilities for yourself?  Children of the World is full of energetic, color-full illustrations that further encourages and empowers children, especially young children, to consider people from other places in the world and to wonder about his or her own place therein.  An award-winning book that is full of inclusive diversity that promotes learning, acceptance, and affirmation, reading and re-reading it will be a wonderful lesson in global unity through individual diversity.


A SPECIAL BONUS for parents and educators:

At the end of the book, there are 15 pages of "educational endnotes explain the detailed illustrations, encouraging meaningful conversations about diversity and inclusion." (Barefoot Books)



Paperback book

Children of the World Book

  • Awards & Accolades:

    • Gold Medal Winner, Moonbeam Awards, 2016
    • Brain Child Award Winner, Tillywig Toy & Media Awards, 2016
    • Silver Award for Juvenile Nonfiction, Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Award, 2016
    • Featured on The Today Show, 2016
    • Children’s Nonfiction Picture Book Gold Winner, NAPRA Nautilus Awards, 2017
    • Multicultural Book of the Month, Colours of Us Blog, 2016
    • Books That Bring People Together, School Library Journal, 2018
  • For more about this book: check out this video from Barefoot Books

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