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Celebrating Differences Celebrating Differences
Exhibition Creator(s) - Jaime Moore
 
Wouldn’t it be boring if we were all the same? No two people in the world are exactly the same. We each have characteristics that make us special and unique. It is important to celebrate and appreciate these differences. This exhibition features books whose characters are particularly different from the other characters in the book. Notice how the characters cope with these differences and how they learn to appreciate, rather than deny, their differences.

Mama and Papa have a storeЯнзын жаал = Boy who sees things in a different wayA cool kid - like me!Little CarlyThe bird of good omenSandosenang kuya = A dozen brothersLittle Fluff and his brothersAng alamat ng ampalaya = The legend of the bitter gourdMagnificent Benito and his two front teeth = Ang dakilang si Benito at ang dalawang ngipin niya sa harapThe teacher and the painterMy father makes me feel embarrassedFinboThe beautiful pondThe song village

 
 
ICDL Books | Other Books | Activities | About Exhibition Creator(s)
Differences - Picture Walk [PDF]
Create a story based on the description and illustrations of a book written in another language.
 
Differences - Research Activity [PDF]
Research the culture/nationality represented in the books.
 
Differences - Story Organizer [PDF]
Organize the stories and find the similarities and differences among the books.
 
 

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