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What If the Zebras Lost Their Stripes? If the zebras lost their stripes and became different from one another, some white and some black, would they turn and fight each other and stop living life as loving friends. Best Download eBook What If the Zebras Lost Their Stripes? By John Reitano – diclofenac16.us

Read What If the Zebras Lost Their Stripes?– diclofenac16.us
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • What If the Zebras Lost Their Stripes?
  • John Reitano
  • English
  • 02 September 2017
  • 0809166496

    10 thoughts on “Read What If the Zebras Lost Their Stripes?– diclofenac16.us


  1. says:

    This story is about what would happen if Zebra s lost their stripes and some where black and some were white Would they still get along and be friends Would they still be allowed to play together or would they be segregated to different lands I bought this book because it was part of a package being sold through Scholastic for black history month I don t think I would have bothered buying it on my own Working with preschool and Kindergarten children, I find this topic of black and white segr This story is about what would happen if Zebra s lost their stripes and some where black and some were white Would they still get along and be friends Would they still be allowed to play together or would they be segregated to different lands I bought this book because it was part of a package being sold through Scholastic for black history month I don t think I would have bothered buying it on my own Working with preschool and Kindergarten children, I find this topic of black and white segregation a bit advanced for them It may beappropriate for older children who are starting to talk about differences in skin colour, but even then I don t think I would bother informing the children in my room with this book The book ends with the line I know why God gave Zebras stripes, so that there d be no black or white That line just irritates me to no end Working in such a multicultural setting we value all our differences as they are what make us who we ar...


  2. says:

    I chose this picture book because it is a very simple story yet it has a very poignant message This book might not work well in the public school system because it deals with God and religion My son attends a private, Catholic school and this book would be appropriate at a setting such as his school It s important that children learn from an early age that even though we might look different with one another, we need to celebrate our commonalities We need to teach respect A simple story suc I chose this picture book because it is a very simple story yet it has a very poignant message This book might not work well in the public sc...


  3. says:

    though I appreciate the wonderful story about being equal, the whole mention of God kind of threw me off We are non believers and had I known it would mention it, I would have passed on it other than that it s a great message to teach young ones.


  4. says:

    This is very obviously a book about racial equality.


  5. says:

    Great message


  6. says:

    Summary of the bookThe story of how it had been if the zebras had lost their stripes, and it had been black and white zebras Would the zebras recognize their common identity, or would they begin to notice their new differences in color and start to fight The answer to what that can happen in good and evil is illu...


  7. says:

    I really liked the message of this book, which is to show children in a very simple way that no matter a persons color, we are all Gods creation It teaches that superficial qualities like the color we see on the outside doesn t matter when it comes to acceptance and friends...


  8. says:

    3rd 4th Read Aloud A simple rhyming picture book with a deep message Generated lots of discussion about the importance of not judging people based on appearance We discussed the difference between racism and prejudice Great for symbolism and theme.


  9. says:

    A beautifully illustrated, well written, simple yet deeply impactful story to be used in understanding diversity and race relations Also, just cute So there.


  10. says:

    Colorful story with a rhyming narrative and a social message Our girls liked this book.

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