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  • Mauzil says:
    Sep 04,  · Not My Idea offers an emotional inlet to the crisis white children experience when they know people are being harmed and they are actively discouraged from feeling anything about it. Inspired by her own children’s curiosity, Higginbotham sets the story in present-day America, where a white child sees news coverage of a police shooting/5(90).
  • Yozshushura says:
    Not My Idea, the latest in the critically-acclaimed Ordinary Terrible Things series, is a book about whiteness. A white child sees TV news coverage of a white police officer shooting a brown person whose hands were up. Upset, he asks his mother why; she deflects, assuring him that he is safe/5.
  • Akinorr says:
    Kate Schatz, New York Times-bestselling author of Rad American Women A-Z. “I am in love with Not My Idea, and with Higginbotham’s direct, radical, compassionate approach to talking about whiteness.”.
  • Vokree says:
    Jun 10,  · Not My Idea: A Book About Whiteness is packed with information and context but avoids being preachy, except to encourage kids to do the right thing and stand up for what's right. It also encourages going to the library to find answers to your burning questions!5/5.
  • Taubar says:
    Sep 04,  · Not My Idea: A Book About Whiteness is a picture book about racism and racial justice, inviting white children and parents to become curious about racism, accept that it's real, and cultivate justice. This book does a phenomenal job of explaining how power and privilege affect us from birth, and how we can educate ourselves.
  • Tojami says:
    NOT MY IDEA. A Book About Whiteness. From the " Ordinary Terrible Things " series. by Anastasia Higginbotham ; illustrated by Anastasia Higginbotham. Age Range: 5 - Author: Anastasia Higginbotham.
  • Kat says:
    Not My Idea: A Book About Whiteness Written and illustrated by Anastasia Higginbotham On Sale September 4, ISBN (Hardcover) ISBN (Softcover).
  • Tauzahn says:
    Apr 20,  · Quote by C.S. Lewis: “Not my idea of God, but God. Not my idea of H., ”. “Not my idea of God, but God. Not my idea of H., but H. Yes, and also not my idea of my neighbour, but my neighbour. For don't we often make this mistake as regards people who are still alive -- .
  • Zulutaxe says:
    Waitlist orders of IntersectionAllies and Not My Idea have shipped! We appreciate your patience. New! The workbook kids need right now. From the creators of the IntersectionAllies book, the new IntersectionAllies Teaching Guide and Workbook includes 56 pages of discussion prompts, worksheets, and activities for grades K

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