We all have Superpowers. One of them is our ability to accept ourselves and others.
We are all different. And whilst children are often wonderful at accepting differences easily, there are times when a lack of understanding can result in hurtful words or actions. As adults, it is our responsibility to teach children that differences are not flaws but our, in fact, our super powers.
Lisa, a primary school student with a love of singing, learns just that in ‘Acceptance is my Superpower’ when a cruel comment from someone she regards as a friend leads her down a path of discovery of the true meaning of diversity and how it can be applied to everyone
★★★★★ | A beautiful story of empathy and compassion. I think it is important for the whole society to learn what kindness and empathy are
★★★★★ | This gentle book offers some powerful lessons, which are so important in today’s world.
★★★★★ | I very much enjoy reading this story to my daughter. It teaches a valuable lesson and real examples on how a small child can show kindness with simple acts
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