Chinese Eyes


In this gentle, loving book, a first grader encounters prejudice because she is Korean. Though she doesn’t understand what CHINESE EYES means, she knows that the remark is meant to be unkind. She is hurt and upset. Her mother explains how her beautiful eyes are both different and the same as everyone else’s eyes. This is a wonderful book to open the discussions about racial prejudice. At six, Lisa’s comment was, “”Mom, you’re right! This is a great book.””

Author: Marjorie Ann Waybill
ISBN: K3108
Count: 1
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