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Vibrant Picture Books Depicts Characters of Color

 

March 25, 2021



As a child, Isabel Cintra grew up with a deep love of fairytales. These magical, enchanting stories of beautiful princesses, magical mirrors and devoted fairy godmothers captivated her attention. For kids ages six to twelve, The Great Little Tailor and The Princess and the Mirror not only give children of color an opportunity to see themselves in stories but also helps broaden the perspective of all children by fostering children’s sense of empathy and connection with characters who might look different from themselves. Paperback versions of The Great Little Tailor and The Princess and th...



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