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You Are Not Alone (Hardcover)
"Exuberantly affirming and infectiously joyful." –Kirkus Reviews
Empower kids to love themselves, stand up for what's right, and have each others' backs with this inspiring and inclusive picture book. The perfect choice if you are looking for back to school books and gifts for kids!
It can be scary to feel like you're all on your own, especially in the face of prejudice and injustice. But always remember: you are not alone! With uplifting text and colorful art, You Are Not Alone shows readers that when we step up to support one another, we can make a world where everyone knows they belong.
This empowering children's book is the perfect inspirational gift for Valentine's Day, back-to-school, birthdays, or holiday stocking stuffers. Featuring a heartfelt message and stunning illustrations, this special story makes for a read-aloud that parents, caregivers, and children will want to return to again and again.
Why readers love You Are Not Alone:
- Perfect for teaching empathy and inclusion for ages 4-7—both in the classroom and at home
- Characters with diverse backgrounds, identities, and experiences will resonate with readers
- Encourages conversations about what it means to be an ally
- Inspires kids to use their voices to support and celebrate each other
If you feel it in your heart and you're ready to take part,
say I'm not alone—I'M NOT ALONE!
"Exuberantly affirming and infectiously joyful." — Kirkus
"This title... strives to convey to the reader to love yourself, appreciate who you are, be proud, and to find your own voice. The simplistic, relatable text can lead to discussions about topics such as differences, race, and gender identity." — School Library Connection
"...a diverse group of kids showcasing their experiences and the need for everyone to listen and raise their voices in protest or support." — Booklist
"Grammy nominees the Alphabet Rockers offer a lyrical exploration of solidarity. The book begins by following a short-haired Black child... [who] invites readers to get to know them, highlighting using one's voice to both speak one's truth and amplify others'. Subsequent pages explore other frequently marginalized experiences from the first-person perspective, as Evans's warm digital art portrays bright, inclusive spreads... earnest advocacy and heartening message." — Publishers Weekly