We are a rainbow book
Rainbow Colors, Rainbow Families: An Interview With Children's Book Author Michael GenhartThis endearing and diverse book is perfect for young readers. How did you go about deciding what story to tell for this younger audience? Michael Genhart: The inspiration for these books was really a number of things coming together: the 50 th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots [for Love is Love ], the 40 th anniversary of the Rainbow Flag [for Rainbow ], and the explosion of rainbow families that we are seeing across the nation and world. I wrote Love Is Love first to show that queer families are more similar to hetero families than they are different: kids loving their parents and parents loving their kids. Of course, I also wrote these books as a gay dad too. The clinical psychologist in me also wanted to have books out in the world that showed being queer, and being in a LGBTQ family, as a normal experience. In particular, I wanted very young kids toddlers to see just how normal having two moms or two dads can be.
Somos un Arco Iris - We Are a Rainbow - Bilingual Readaloud Fun!
Books & strings
Grades 7 to Foody, best friends Ryan and Gabby look back on the top ten memories of their high school friendships. Refresh and try again.Have children read quietly but out loud. Moving to a new place, can be a very scary experien. MG: My husband and I have been together for 33 years. Yellow Brick Road The cut-paper art showing paper dolls in rainbow hues and many shapes emphasizes the pluralistic message in this book.
What do they do if they encounter an unfamiliar word. MG: I think Anne did such a lovely job with these illustrations. The Spanish and English text says, "We are moving to a new country," explores likenesses and differences and affirms. Reply to this Comment?
Over its 21 seasons, running from to , Reading Rainbow collected more than broadcast television awards, including 26 Emmy Awards and the prestigious Peabody Award. After the show went off the air in , its mission lived on through the Reading Rainbow iPad app, which in just 14 short months surpassed ten million books read and video field trips watched. In , Burton launched Reading Rainbow Skybrary, an online service that pairs his expertise in driving literacy with his desire to grow children into compassionate, critical-thinking adults. Ahead of his hosting gig, I had the honor of speaking with Burton about his life as a reader, and about his tech-forward take on how reading will change in the years to come. Hint: paper books might become mostly a thing of the past, as Burton would have it.
Carter, especially for younger students. In Other Lands. I think this is an amazing book, Brooke. Caroline is alone: her mother has disappeared and her only friend is a spirit bok no one else can see. This comic based on the popular television show kicks off with Korra and Asami building their life together in a very changed world.
By: Nancy Maria Grande Tabor. We Are a Rainbow helps young readers begin building the cultural bridges of common human understanding through simple comparisons of culture from breakfast foods to legends. Colorful cut-paper art and gentle language deliver this universal message eloquently. Nancy is a bilingual teacher in Sonoma, California. She often speaks at schools, libraries, and conferences to emphasize the need for language-rich books in Spanish. She stresses the importance of understanding other cultures and the reflection of culture through literature in both her presentations and her books.
Bingo Love. Is it reshaping the literature we create. Callender, Kheryn. What they eat for breakfast, and even cultural legends are compared in a simple yet extremely relatable way for Hispanic children in the U.
Trivia About We Are a Rainbow. It matters what they model in terms of their civic responsibilities. Qe we as different as we think. This comic based on the popular television show kicks off with Korra and Asami building their life together in a very changed world.