We Recommend! Where you write in to see if we can find the perfect book
for your kid, and we, you know, try to do that. If you'd like a
recommendation, just email us at thediamondinthewindow [at] gmail [dot]
com, with as much relevant (and irrelevant, why not?) information as you
can, and we'll try to find the perfect book. And the truth is, even if
we don't find it, all the great suggestions are in the comments. – See
It's We Recommend, yet again, where we try to find you (or your loved one, or at least your liked one) the perfect book. Need a recommendation? Send us an email at thediamondinthewind (at) gmail (dot) com, with the person's likes, loves, hates etc, and we will do our best with it. And truthfully, all the good stuff is in the comments.
Here is one that confused me, then made me uncomfortable, then made me think, then stymied me. Here goes:
I have 4 year old twin girls who are starting to notice other people's skin color. My girls love books and we read to them all the time about everything and anything. However, I did a little bit of research, and all the books on skin color and/or prejudice seem so, I don't know, pedantic? Sanctimonious? I want
my girls to be engaged in their books, not just taught a lesson. So,
I'd love it if you or any of your readers have any suggestions.