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41 review for Diversity Ninja: An Anti-racist, Diverse Children’s Book About Racism, Prejudice, Equality, and Inclusion

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia Gutzwiller

    We Are the Same!! In this book it shows the things that happens to Diversity Ninja and how to handle them. The illustrations are bright and the storyline is easy to follow for the beginning, middle, and efficient reader. I highly recommend this book for all!! Diversity Ninja and Inclusive Ninja are friends. They have many of the same things, but there is one thing that is different. Diversity Ninja's skin color is brown and Inclusive's skin color is peach. They go outside to play, and Diversity We Are the Same!! In this book it shows the things that happens to Diversity Ninja and how to handle them. The illustrations are bright and the storyline is easy to follow for the beginning, middle, and efficient reader. I highly recommend this book for all!! Diversity Ninja and Inclusive Ninja are friends. They have many of the same things, but there is one thing that is different. Diversity Ninja's skin color is brown and Inclusive's skin color is peach. They go outside to play, and Diversity Ninja does not get picked because of his skin color. Do you think that is right? Do you think that hurt his feeling? What could we do to make it better? Enjoy this story as old as time with a current application.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Ann

    This book Is the newest release in the Ninja series. Diversity and Inclusivity have always been friends. They enjoy doing the same activities and think alike. One thing is different. Diversity’s skin is brown, while Inclusivity’s skin is peach. One day in class on the playground, the other ninjas fail to choose Diversity because his skin color is different. For National Rainbow Day, Diversity makes sure that Inclusivity is included in his group. They decide to make their presentation about how hu This book Is the newest release in the Ninja series. Diversity and Inclusivity have always been friends. They enjoy doing the same activities and think alike. One thing is different. Diversity’s skin is brown, while Inclusivity’s skin is peach. One day in class on the playground, the other ninjas fail to choose Diversity because his skin color is different. For National Rainbow Day, Diversity makes sure that Inclusivity is included in his group. They decide to make their presentation about how humans may have different skin color, languages, and types of bodies, but we all share the same genetics and experience the same emotions. That is what makes us all beautiful like the colors of the rainbow. Children learn in simple terms what racism and prejudice mean and how to overcome it.

  3. 5 out of 5

    ElizrdbthSpeaks

    i think i saw 6 or so more for me to read ... of this series ... i think??! i wish all could get along ... until then ... these books with educate, help, give great suggestions, ideas and a way for folks to see that it is so simple to be kind, courteous, respectable. i always say ... you don't have to agree on all things, but please be kind and listen and try to see their point of views ... and what that means doesn't mean that you are changing your opinion or view ...just that you are willing t i think i saw 6 or so more for me to read ... of this series ... i think??! i wish all could get along ... until then ... these books with educate, help, give great suggestions, ideas and a way for folks to see that it is so simple to be kind, courteous, respectable. i always say ... you don't have to agree on all things, but please be kind and listen and try to see their point of views ... and what that means doesn't mean that you are changing your opinion or view ...just that you are willing to be present, stop and listen. angry gets us know where. use your ears and eyes to stop. calm the mouth to give that person a change to show how they feel or their point of view. no talking for a moment. did you try? you can do it. smile. go on.

  4. 5 out of 5

    IC

    Wonderful book teaching about accepting diversity This is a very good book tackling the issues of racism and makes it easy for young readers to understand with examples and simple language. The message is very clear. The book can be a good tool for teachers and parents to teach their kids about the topic.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Travis M Blair

    All ninjas the same on inside This book does a fine job of explaining how some people are seen differently because of their skin color, how it’s wrong, and how we share so many similarities regardless of the color of skin.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Toby Williams

    Terrific Book on Inclusion & Diversity Easy to read and follow along the great examples of including everyone in all activities. Accepting our differences starts young and such a life-long value to treasure and grow. Spot-on topic for today's discussions. Spread the kindness 🌠🌠🌠🌠🌠 Terrific Book on Inclusion & Diversity Easy to read and follow along the great examples of including everyone in all activities. Accepting our differences starts young and such a life-long value to treasure and grow. Spot-on topic for today's discussions. Spread the kindness 🌠🌠🌠🌠🌠

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rachelle

    Nostalgically reminds me of Mr Men & Little Miss with timely lessons Fun and colorful, this book introduces ninjas with personality or quality monikers. The lesson comes immediately and includes child friendly definitions. A great addition to the Ninja Life Hacks series. Nostalgically reminds me of Mr Men & Little Miss with timely lessons Fun and colorful, this book introduces ninjas with personality or quality monikers. The lesson comes immediately and includes child friendly definitions. A great addition to the Ninja Life Hacks series.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nesrine Sleiman

    Simple This book is simple and straightforward,yet, delivers a very important message. Teachers should not be afraid to utilize big words like racism and inclusion. Nice book!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kim Ann

    Great Book on Diversity A book of acceptance and how being different can be fun and wonderful. Much needed book on a current topic.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    A quick read reminding us that despite our differences, we are all human.

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    Nan Zak

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