Each page offers an explanation of what peace is, where you'll find it, and how to achieve it.
The pages are colorful and the illustrations are simply presented. Perfect for the target audience.
The single-sentence-per-page narrative gets old, fast.
S/He was very interested in reading this for about a week. Our preschooler liked the colorful drawings … and kept asking about everyone's name.
The concept is great, but it is not much different than reading one of the "Love is" collections we had as kids. We tired of it more quickly than our preschooler.
This is a story that lays out in simple, recognizable terms, all of the facets that comprise peace.
The book offers a nice way to introduce the ideas of tolerance, as well as the importance of self-esteem.
5 to 8
3 to 8
Started reading with child 3 years old.
Borrow, especially if you're a teacher. Even without a story, the book offers great opportunities to open discussions about what kids think/feel, as well as celebrating individual uniqueness.