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The Barefoot Book of Children by Tessa Strickland, Kate Depalma and David Dean

Book Review: A beautiful book about children from all over the world that could be used to talk about diversity.

Book Review

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The Barefoot Book of Children by Tessa Strickland, Kate Depalma and David Dean is a beautiful book that talks about how children from all over the world, live, eat and play.

A fantastic book for talking about diversity and about how everyone is different and that’s okay. This is the sort of book that you need to own as there are so many conversations that it can start. Plus each page is filled with quite detailed artwork, which meant that each time we read it, we discovered something new. So a book that you can use to start teaching your child about diversity and acceptance.

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Ideal ages

What’s the ideal age for this book?

The Barefoot Book of Children by Tessa Strickland, Kate Depalma and David Dean is ideal for children between the ages of 4 – 9 years of age.

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