Well here's one you don't see every day! A book for kids on politics. I don't like politics and I won't go into them, but I'm one of those non-denominational democrats with a few Lutheran views that republicans love. The thing is- I detest speaking of the three no-no's: weather, religion and politics when it comes to life.
The one thing we can never avoid is human rights. We have right and freedoms and this book, That's Not Fair: Getting to Know Your Rights and Freedoms, by Danielle S. McLaughlin dumbs it down for children to understand and appreciate. It's a book that's so nicely written and illustrated, I actually carried no qualms in sharing.
I appreciated this book, not just because I'm a homeschool parent, but because it's fitting for anyone. It's a bit young for my son, but the story isn't so simple he couldn't get lost. Words like constituent and personage. These things till have to be explained, thus you have engaging conversation and eventually understanding. This book brought humor and entertainment into an area that's normally angering and frustrating to adults. It gave situations the kiddos could relate to (and a few they couldn't) and told how the buggy, little group handled- then asked questions that got you talking. Three questions that came after an explanation of things like Freedom of the Press, Freedom of Speech and Peaceful Protests.
I could use this book only son for a few more years, then pass it down to my ewoks for comprehension. It's great, the illustrations are bright, bold, yet easy on the eyes and the message is loud and clear will still offering laughter.
That's Not Fair!: Getting to Know Your Rights and Freedom is great for any child and probably up to age 13 or 14. Grab a copy, also, up a couple paragraphs is Ms. Mclaughlin's link to her website. She's very active in rights and children's programs for understanding. On to the next read!📚
Ratings: 👓👓👓👓👓 out of 5 specs
*Lucy The Easter Bunny is next.
**Book provided by Goodreads.com and Danielle S. McLaughlin, for an honest review.
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