My students need a variety of multicultural picture books to teach them empathy and social justice.
My school is in a rural, low income community of North Carolina. My students love talking about the nearby goats, donkeys, and chickens, as well as getting their hands dirty in the school garden.
My students are energetic and excited about learning, though many of them face obstacles with learning the English language, overcoming special needs, and dealing with difficult home lives.
Many of my students have not traveled beyond our community and limited understanding of the world around them. It is my goal to teach students to be global citizens through critically solving math problems, investigating science labs, and studying their world.
I have carefully selected award winning picture books that can be used to help teach empathy and social justice. The settings of the books are all across the world and feature characters who are immigrants, refugees, children with special needs, and kids learning to show compassion. As a math and science teacher, I do not have dedicated time to read to my students. I would love to read these beautiful books during morning meetings to elicit meaningful discussions and teach activism in an age appropriate way. I hope to use these books to build classroom community and inspire students to make a difference in their world.
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|When We Were Alone • Amazon Business||$19.95||1||$19.95|
|One Plastic Bag: Isatou Ceesay and the Recycling Women of the Gambia (Millbrook Picture Books) • Amazon Business||$16.78||1||$16.78|
|Same, Same But Different • Amazon Business||$16.51||1||$16.51|
|Malala's Magic Pencil • Amazon Business||$16.19||1||$16.19|
|Gifts from the Enemy (The humanKIND Project) • Amazon Business||$15.83||1||$15.83|
|Steamboat School • Amazon Business||$15.67||1||$15.67|
|My Brother Charlie • Amazon Business||$15.24||1||$15.24|
|Brothers in Hope: The Story of the Lost Boys of Sudan (Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor Books) (Coretta Scott King Honor - Illustrator Honor Title) • Amazon Business||$15.16||1||$15.16|
|Stepping Stones: A Refugee Family's Journey (English and Arabic Edition) • Amazon Business||$14.65||1||$14.65|
|Ricky, the Rock that Couldn't Roll • Amazon Business||$14.17||1||$14.17|
|One Green Apple • Amazon Business||$13.95||1||$13.95|
|Brave Girl: Clara and the Shirtwaist Makers' Strike of 1909 • Amazon Business||$12.59||1||$12.59|
|I Am Enough • Amazon Business||$11.61||1||$11.61|
|The Day You Begin • Amazon Business||$11.39||1||$11.39|
|Sit-In: How Four Friends Stood Up by Sitting Down (Jane Addams Honor Book (Awards)) • Amazon Business||$10.95||1||$10.95|
|The Invisible Boy • Amazon Business||$10.19||1||$10.19|
|Ada's Violin: The Story of the Recycled Orchestra of Paraguay • Amazon Business||$9.98||1||$9.98|
|The Name Jar • Amazon Business||$7.99||1||$7.99|
|If You Were a Kid During the Civil Rights Movement • Amazon Business||$7.80||1||$7.80|
|Those Shoes • Amazon Business||$6.99||1||$6.99|
|Drop by Drop • Amazon Business||$6.96||1||$6.96|
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