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Children's books can act like mirrors and windows. Mirrors in that they can reflect on children's own lives and windows as they give them a chance to learn about someone's life. This helps to reduce stereotypes and reduces fear of the "other" if they get to meet them and learn about them from an early age. Everyone deserves to see themselves and their language in books.
We lose ourselves in books.. We find ourselves there too - unknown - The books we grow up with can actually influence who and what we become in the future 👩🏽🚒👩🏽🎨👷🏼♀️👮🏽♀️. I remember being facinated by an old and probably outdated medical text book my parent's had around the house and thinking, maybe one day the medical language would make sense to me😜. In highschool my career choices got influenced mostly by my friends' choices 😊. At some point I considered doing IT 👩🏽💻 and actuarial science👩🏽🏫 as I was good with numbers and a bit nerdy🤓. My grandpa's sudden...
Excited to have Losika Writes invited to celebrate Victoria Youth Week with @AfricaDayAustralia this coming Saturday 13th April 2019. I am clearly hanging on by a thread to the "youth" definition 🤣😂🤣🙈 but eagerly counting down to the event. Register for the FREE event via Facebook or eventbrite and 🤞🏽 we see you there 😊😜.