Learn About Prejudice Picture Book Kidlit Eileen Doyle Children’s Story Launched

Eileen Doyle has launched a new children's picture book called "Why Can't We Be Friends?" about prejudice which teaches children the importance of accepting people for who they are and promotes understanding and individual thinking.

A new children’s picture book has been launched by author Eileen Doyle, who is also known for her work in the field of creativity. Her book, “Why Can’t We Be Friends?” deals with with some of the issues like bullying and prejudice facing children today, considering the world climate.

More information can be found on the Amazon page listing at: https://amazon.com/Why-cant-friends-Learning-prejudice/dp/1519674384/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1478205694&sr=1-3.

The children’s picture book follows a kitten called Fuzzy who is trying to make friends. Lots of other animals reject the idea of playing with Fuzzy, because they have been taught by others that he could be a threat to them. Finally, Fuzzy makes friends with a puppy.

Covering issues like tolerance, acceptance, diversity, and embracing the differences between people on a level that children can understand, the story is suitable for readers older than 2+.

The Amazon page listing explains that “Why Can’t We Be Friends?” is a heartwarming story about a likeable character overcoming prejudice based on his appearance. As a black cat, Fuzzy must persevere until he finds acceptance and friendship.

It goes on to explain that the book can be used as an education tool, helping to teach young children how they can make their own judgements and not be influenced by what other people are saying. It shows how important it is to be understanding and embrace diversity.

Picture books are important in the development of young children, because the illustrations can help them to understand what they are reading and allows young readers to analyze the story. This guide to figuring out meaning and sentences can be a huge developmental boost, and because children love art, they’re more likely to engage with the story in the first place.

Interested parties can find out full details about Eileen Doyle’s book by visiting the Amazon page, where there are glowing reviews.

Release ID: 155460