Teal a book about a little crayon

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Teal: A Book About a Little Crayon That Makes a Big Difference - First Grade Findings

Teal is a story of a little crayon who doesn't fit in. Is Teal blue or is he green? This charming fable empowers children to think outside the box and embrace one another's diversity. Teal's message in diversity tackles a culturally sensitive subject by using a colorful metaphor which resonates with children. This message is not limited to race, gender, or culture - rather, to anyone that feels different.
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Published 18.01.2019

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Teal (A Book about a Little Crayon That Makes a Big Difference)

Just quickly flipping through the pages of this book, I was blown away by the illustrations and detail! Our version is a complete paperback which makes it a little more fragile for reading sessions, we read this book together right now because Addison cannot exactly be trusted not to rip the pages apart. The book opens by introducing the reader to the main character, Teal — a crayon — and all the things that make this particular crayon so great. Instead of wallowing in his sorrow, he takes matters into his own hands to create a more inclusive clean up time, where the crayons are not separated but rather come together in a wheel. Lucky for Teal, the other crayons are receptive to his idea and join him all together in a giant wheel, creating the color wheel where the colors blend and fuse together, instead of being separated.

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A Mom's Choice Award Winner! Teal is a story of a little crayon who doesn't fit in. Is Teal blue or is he green? This charming fable empowers children to think outside the box and embrace one another's diversity. Teal's message in diversity tackles a culturally sensitive subject by using a colorful metaphor which resonates with children.

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