Jette Black and Her Seven Friends

eBook (PDF), 16 Pages
(2 Ratings)
Price: $1.99
Shows children the value of self-esteem and education and encourages them not to let taunting and teasing stop them from doing well in school. Targeted for children age 8-12.
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  • By kortnie carter
    Feb 4, 2010
    Jette Black and Her Seven Friends is an excellent story because it let's children know that they don't have to be ashamed or try to hide who they are just because they might be tall, overweight, or because of their ethinic background. They can grow up to be what they want to be. And not let other people get in their way of getting a good education. Very Inspiring!!!!
  • By ksuke333
    Jan 29, 2010
    Jette Black speaks in a voice that both parents and children can relate too. The theme focuses on a child that feels "different" and is teased because she is tall. I can't think of anyone in this world who hasn't experienced some kind of teasing because of some aspect of their life - their physical appearance, how they speak, their name, their family structure. In the story, the main character, Jette, learns how to not only respect other people's differences, but to feel good about her unique qualities. The special ending is sweet and caring. The illustrations stunningly capture our multicultural world.
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October 1, 2011
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