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There’s Room for Everyone promotes kindness

World Kid Lit Month, who celebrate reading children’s books from around the world every September, have chosen There’s Room for Everyone as one of their top picture books for World Refugee Week.

Continuing our series of recommended reads for children this #RefugeeWeek2019, here are our top tips for picture books.

THERE’S ROOM FOR EVERYONE by Anahita Teymorian (Tiny Owl Books, 2018)

Claire is going to be reviewing this gorgeous picture book on Sunday, but meanwhile, here’s how publisher Delaram Ghanimifard (@dellygh) described it for Books for Topics (Refugees & Immigration):

“A child wonders, if there is room in the sky for all the stars and in the sea for all the fish and in the library for all the books, why people still fight over space? Surely if we are kinder, there is room for everyone in this beautiful world. There’s Room for Everyone is a picture book that talks about conflicts and spaces that can be shared. It makes children think about these concepts compassionately, without thinking of a specific ethnicity as victims of war. The story is timeless, and can open discussions about acceptance and kindness in any context.”

Do follow Claire Storey’s #RefugeeWeekBookBlog series on Twitter (@clairestory16) and us @worldkidlit so you don’t miss Claire’s review on Sunday.

  • Watch Out For There’s Room for Everyone – The Sunday Times
  • There’s Room for Everyone appeals for peace – The Observer
  • There’s Room for Everyone long-listed for Derby Children’s Picture Book Award!
  • Read what inspired Anahita to create There’s Room for Everyone

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