Speak Up
  • Speak Up
  • Speak Up
ISBN: 035814096X
EAN13: 9780358140962
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 7, 2020
Pages: 40
Dimensions: 1" H x 10" L x 10" W
Weight: 1 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   Wonderful book, please get this and read it with your kids.
IMO, the illustrations and writing are effective to get the attention of a new school child exposed to young people. As a parent, I intend to teach my child to embrace their uniqueness and to others';
   Best children's book I've read
This is one of the best children's books I have read in my 15+ years of working with children. It is inclusive of race and family types, and teaches children to speak up about so many important issues that children face in their day-to-day lives. A lot of parents may not think to teach about all the issues discussed in the book. It is all done in a tactful and child appropriate way.
   Opens important conversations
My three-year-old loves this book, though some of the concepts are a little advanced for him. He loves to ask questions and he's really happy about understanding what is nice and being nice. I like that it includes difficult concepts very easily, like telling someone if you have a sad day, that leaders don 't always follow the crowd, etc. It is really hard to teach young children to behave well with their teachers simultaneously while also questioning whether things are right. This book never mentions race, but makes it so clear that we must make sure that everyone is treated equally and that we must use our voices to speak up against injustice. It is such a beautiful light-handed way of addressing really important issues.
   Good rhythm and engaging visuals
The story has a nice rhythm read aloud and my toddler loves the call and response of the speak up '' line. I appreciate that nuance versus some of the preachy how to be a decent person '' toddler books, because it allows for different levels of discussion and engagement over a range of ages.
   Love love love
I love this book ''. My son has had problems with being bullied and sometimes bullying himself. This book really helped me to talk and explain things to him in ways I didn 't think about. Also very good for teaching to speak up for others if you see something stand up for the other kid. Also lists when you should speak up and shouldn 't. The book is very lovely.
   A Timely Book
Not only is this book timely, but I think it can help both children and adults find their voices to make a positive difference! The back of the book features real children who spoke up, as well as some teaching points on when to speak up, when to stay quiet, and how to speak up without saying a word. These tips will come in handy when you share the book's message at home or in the classroom.
   I love this book!
Any child looking at these pictures will see themselves well represented, something that should be the rule rather than the exception. I bought two copies, one for my professional collection of children's resources and one for my granddaughter. They’d make a great gift to donate to your favorite teachers and schools.
   Much needed
This will be a great addition to our program for bystander intervention at our organization.