Mommy Mondays: Children’s Book Teaches Kids Diversity



NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) – Children’s books are a fantastic way to teach children important life lessons, including the lesson to accept and respect those who look different than us and to create a society of tolerance. Author and speaker Gina Humber wrote a book to reach out to children about these issues.

“Children’s books tend to have the same story and characters over and over, and I wanted to see some diversity,” said Humber. The book, “It’s All Good,” features diverse characters and teaches children to accept others as well as themselves.

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