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Bright Eyes, Brown Skin (A Feeling Good Book)

Bright Eyes Brown Skin A Feeling Good Book A poem extolling the beauty of African American children forms the basis for celebration of a positive self image Four attractive children engage in typical kindergarten pastimes as the rhyming text r

  • Title: Bright Eyes, Brown Skin (A Feeling Good Book)
  • Author: Cheryl Willis Hudson Bernette G. Ford
  • ISBN: 9780940975231
  • Page: 140
  • Format: Paperback
  • A poem extolling the beauty of African American children forms the basis for celebration of a positive self image Four attractive children engage in typical kindergarten pastimes as the rhyming text rhapsodizes about their dimpled chins, teeth that glisten, and very special hair and clothes Whereas building self esteem and acknowledging children s charms are commendaA poem extolling the beauty of African American children forms the basis for celebration of a positive self image Four attractive children engage in typical kindergarten pastimes as the rhyming text rhapsodizes about their dimpled chins, teeth that glisten, and very special hair and clothes Whereas building self esteem and acknowledging children s charms are commendable goals, they are not enough to build a book upon Yes, these boys and girls are appealing, but they are so unusually cooperative and cheerful, smiling nonstop throughout the pages of this slim volume, that real live children, with all of the emotions and moods that are a part of being human, may have difficulty relating to them School Library Journal

    BrightSite by bright Internet Services bright will never send an email asking you to update your account information Please do not respond to any emails asking you to do so. Bright Eyes Art Garfunkel song Bright Eyes is a song written by Mike Batt and performed by Art Garfunkel It was used in the soundtrack of the British animated adventure drama film Watership Down and the later television series of the same name.The track appears on British and European versions of Garfunkel s Fate for Breakfast and on the US versions of his album Scissors Cut. Easy Ways to Get Bright White Eyes wikiHow How to Get Bright White Eyes The whites of your eye are called the sclera, and these can indicate a person s overall health Having yellowish or reddish sclera can be challenging in terms of personal vanity, since they can make a person look older or tired They can also signal health issues related to allergens, Always Bright Eyes Tear Stain Remover for Always Bright Eyes Tear Stain Remover For Dogs And Cats This isn t a skimpy trial version with tiny amounts, this is our complete proven system. Bright Eyes Pets Tiny, the Purple Elephant This toy is obnoxiously annoying If you stop playing with it, it will continue to meow for way too long The eyes are also too bright, so bright that they hurt your eyes if you look at them. Brown Eyes What To Know About This Amazing Eye Color Brown eyes range from dark, coffee colored brown to light amber or honey brown The color brown is associated with earth and the natural world, and research suggests people perceive brown eyed individuals as being trustworthy. All Human Eyes Are Brown Newser Headline News Frank Sinatra crooned about blue skies, but it turns out Ol Blue Eyes was really Ol Brown Eyes It turns out all human eyes are brown or at least various shades of it It all comes down Eye surgery with permanently eye color Bright Ocular Iris determines each person s eye color It is the eye s pigmented part with a hereditary nature Its color is usually brown, black, blue, gray or green, which generally depends on two types of pigments Eye colors xromata This entry was posted on Friday, June th, at am and is filed under , .You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS . feed You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. Eye color Eye color is an inherited trait influenced by than one gene These genes are sought using associations to small changes in the genes themselves and in neighboring genes.

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    1. “Bright Eyes, Brown Skin” is a fictional story of 4 little children who love themselves from head to toe. The story follows the African-American children throughout their day at school. I picked up this book because I love the message behind it. It illustrates young children embracing who they are and feeling comfortable in their own skin. However, I found this book to be overly simplified. I feel children would be uninterested because the book lacks intriguing language and a storyline. No p [...]

    2. Main Characters: Alexa, Ethan, Jordan, OliviaPOV: third personSetting: kindergarten classroomGrade Level: pre-k to 1SummaryBright eyes and brown skin is a simple story that is all about feeling good about who you are. This is a narrative poem which describes different physical characteristics of African American children. The pictures compliment the words as they show happy children who are comfortable playing with eachother and with who they are. The book also mentions traits that some would no [...]

    3. "Bright Eyes, Brown Skin" tells the story of African American children whom embrace their race with enjoying their physical features.In this simple rhyme book, the characters of Olivia, Jordan, Alexa and Ethan play with each other while exploring the unique physical characteristics of each child. Everything from bright eyes to ears for listening are commented on. Although, the book highlights African- American children the book still applies to all racial backgrounds and culture. The book center [...]

    4. A great book for helping students build self esteem and confidence in their appearance. This book features only African American children, and gently compliments all of the children's features that are unique to their background. I love the positive energy that oozes from this book about self worth and happiness. I would definitely recommend this book to any student aged K-2 for self esteem building and cultural awareness.

    5. This story shows a regular day at school in a classroom of students of different race and cultures. The children in this book are comfortable with their skin colors and the way they are. This is a good book for young children and beginning to get them into the idea of learning about being comfortable with their own race as well as taking in the ideas about others. I would read this story aloud to my class in order to keep them interested in the topic of race.

    6. This would be a good book for pre-k and kindergarten. The words are very simple and would be good for beginning readers. I would use this book in conjunction with other books about accepting differences in skin tone. Good to use if students have noticed a difference in skin color between the students in a class. A teacher could use books similar to this to show that just because skin tone is different, every person is still important and equal.

    7. This book gives a brief look into the day and life of the typical preschooler. The illustrations complement the words on the pages by adding more depth to the story. The words simply tell the reader that these children are eager to learn and happy to be at school, but with the illustrations, the reader is SHOWN exactly what is being discovered, painting a much bigger picture.

    8. A quick read geared towards African American children about their bodies and special traits, like hair and the color of their skin. An excellent book for self-esteem, and just to let kids know that there's nothing wrong with them. Good for all children, though, not just black children, so we can all celebrate our differences and similarities in and out of the classroom.

    9. Four children who feel good about who they are and how they look enjoy the activities of a typical day at school, happy and brimming with confidence and self-esteem.This is a great book to share with children who are not feeling good about being different. This would be a good read aloud book.

    10. It is important for students to be able to relate to the characters in the book. This is a great book to help diversify one's classroom library. It helps to represent to all students the we are all one in the same.

    11. I think this is a excellent book for Preschool and Kindergarten children. It shows not everyone is same. Not everyone may look the same and why they may have a different color skin. It is way for children to understand why other children may have different colored skin and it be ok.

    12. This is a simple read. There are very few words on the pages and children will enjoy creating their own story from the pictures. This book is great for discussing diversity in the classroom also.

    13. This book doesn't have many books but it is a very good book. Its short and simple and to the point. How the children are different but all the same in the own ways.

    14. Bright eyes, Brown skin is a good book to read during the black history month to teach students about difference of race in a diverse classroom.

    15. -great illustrations- good to use if/when students tease others about the color of the skin- can be used to motivate students who do not feel confident about their skin

    16. cute book. very simple language used. in a few words the author sends a message of uniqueness and similarities at the same time.

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