Who Are You?

Publisher: Red Shed

Every child has a unique set of character strengths and abilities that allow them to express their individuality and be who they truly are. These different qualities – from facial features and family make-up to hobbies and favourite dishes, are all celebrated in this joyful non-fiction book.

Taking a look at all the pieces, places and people that make up a person, Who Are You? is a wonderful way to get children thinking about their own families and opening up discussions about all of the other pieces that come together and make everyone unique. Each spread looks at different aspect of a child's life and poses questions direct to the reader.

Inclusivity runs throughout the book, as Pye represents all kinds of different children, family set-ups and backgrounds in fascinating colourful detail.

This joyful collection of human differences is sure to appeal to a broad range of readers.

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