Your search returned 4 results in the Theme: conflict resolution.
Critically acclaimed creator Thao Lam, author of The Paper Boat and THAO, is back with a wordless story about conflict resolution A monster meanders... [Read More]
Critically acclaimed creator Thao Lam, author of The Paper Boat and THAO, is back with a wordless story about conflict resolution A monster meanders down a beach, dragging a stick behind them and leaving a line in the sand. Meanwhile, a group of friends is at play--flying kites, building sandcastles, tossing a ball--until two of them become curious about the line that now seemingly divides them. What does the line mean? Tensions mount as the two ponder the situation. Should the line be crossed? Can it be crossed? Eyes narrow, feathers get ruffled, and a scuffle starts, stemming from a series of misunderstandings and aggravated by the innocent, and very untimely, arrival of a bee. It's only when their stomping and kicking has completely erased the line in the sand that the friends realize their scrabble was senseless. They rejoin the others at play, where the line becomes part of their games, while in the background, the line's creator continues to meander across the page, oblivious to the impact of their actions. This powerful wordless story, told in panels and illustrated in striking collage art, is at once simple, relatable, and profound and will encourage readers to think about conflict, communication, and the meaning of the lines we all draw, whether intentional or not.
Theme: Wordless, Conflict Resolution
See below for English description. Après avoir quitté la Syrie pour s'installer à Vancouver, Salma et sa maman sont... [Read More]
See below for English description. Après avoir quitté la Syrie pour s'installer à Vancouver, Salma et sa maman sont plongées dans une nouvelle culture... et essaient de s'habituer. Salma remarque que le stress de l'installation rend sa maman fatiguée. D'autant plus que son papa ne peut pas encore venir les rejoindre. Alors Salma décide de préparer de la nourriture syrienne pour réconforter sa maman. Arrivera-t-elle à faire en sorte que sa maman se sente à nouveau chez elle? Une histoire chaleureuse qui permettra aux jeunes lecteurs de découvrir la culture syrienne tout en explorant les thèmes de l'espoir et du sens de la communauté. After moving to Vancouver from Syria, Salma and her mom have a lot to get used to. Salma notices that the stress of adapting to their new life, one without dad, is getting Mama down. Maybe Salma could cook her some Syrian food to cheer her up! Will she be able to make her mom feel at home again? A heart-warming story that beautifully represents Syrian culture while exploring themes of hope and community. Original title: Salma the Syrian Chef
Theme: Diversity, Conflict Resolution, Refugee
The three original beloved Bunny Planet stories are now available in a single-volume edition. Featuring full-colour illustrations and a new poem... [Read More]
The three original beloved Bunny Planet stories are now available in a single-volume edition. Featuring full-colour illustrations and a new poem introducing Janet the Bunny Queen, it's a must-have for anyone who occasionally needs to be transported from mundane reality to "the day that should have been" on a happy planet where life is exactly as you want it to be.
Theme: Conflict Resolution, Fantasy