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I Am Human: A Book of Empathy (I Am Books) (edição 2018)

por Susan Verde (Autor)

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A child recognizes his own humanity, his capacity for doing harm and being harmed, his ability to feel joy and sadness, and his belief in hope and promise to keep learning.
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Título:I Am Human: A Book of Empathy (I Am Books)
Autores:Susan Verde (Autor)
Informação:Harry N. Abrams (2018), Edition: Illustrated, 32 pages
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"Verde and Reynolds (I am Yoga, 2015; I Am Peace, 2017) team up again, this time to explore what it means to be human.

A child in red-striped shirt and blue jeans explores the range of possibilities open to them as a human being. Starting with “I was born. A miracle! One of billions but unique!” the narrator lists activities (“I am always learning”; “I have BIG dreams”) and feelings (“I am amazed by nature”). After rejoicing in the positive, the child finds that they sometimes make mistakes, hurt others, and are hurt. They explore the difficult sides of being human: fear and sadness. Here, the colors of the illustrations dull to a greyish blue. But they have a solution. They can “make choices” and “move forward” with “thoughtfulness” (giving flowers to that friend they hurt). When the child chooses kindness, compassion, listening, and saying sorry, they find that they are connected to everyone, and they resolve to keep trying, because “I am full of hope. I am human.” Reynolds’ simple line drawings with bursts of color have become iconic, and they serve the simple, affirming text with their own vision of the emotions and possibilities we humans have in this wide world. He depicts the protagonist with brown skin and black, curly hair amid a multiracial gathering of other children and adults. An author’s note guides readers through a loving-kindness meditation as an example of how one can choose to improve one’s relationships with others.

Grown-ups will enjoy reading this regularly with the children in their lives: The reminders benefit us all. (Picture book. 3-9)" From Kirkus Reviews, www.kirkusreviews.com
  CDJLibrary | Apr 28, 2021 |
This book is geared towards younger grades. This book is simply about being human. This book shows that we are all different, but we all feel the same things. I really like this book, because it encourages people to be kind.I think this a very simple book to understand, but in such a crazy world teaching kids to be kind is crucial. ( )
  kianak98 | Nov 20, 2020 |
This book is a beautiful reminder of what is important!
  mackenziemitchell | Nov 15, 2020 |
This story shows the reader what it means to be human. We are not perfect and we make mistakes. At the end of the day, we are all the same. We are human. The illustrations in the story help show how it feels to be human really well. On the pages that show dreams and wonders, there are a variety of bright colors. On the pages that show mistakes and sadness, the illustrator uses darker colors. ( )
  H_Miller | Mar 18, 2020 |
I am Human discusses what it means to be human. Our dreams, individuality, feelings, and the choices we make contribute to who we are. I think this book discusses valid points. However, it began to feel like it was preaching what is right and wrong. I also feel like the message could have been better conveyed if it was wound into a story the reader could interpret, rather than just listing details that make us unique. I appreciate the sentiment, I just think it could have been delivered better. ( )
  MegWilliams | Apr 30, 2019 |
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