Hello! I am Adila and I live in Gaza. Where do you live?Inscribed within what is known as `awareness' and BME books for children, this book helps to enhance social and emotional learning skills from an early age.
Nicely illustrated, the book carries a powerful message about the everyday life of an ordinary girl living in a war conflict zone. Because the words and illustrations are not scary or judgemental, the book can be read as a bedtime story where young children can identify with Adila's everyday activities and ask questions.
Older children can read the book on their own and talk about their feelings and opinions with peers, educators and parents. Adila's innocence and hope in a better world where children can be children is wonderfully refreshing.
YXC Personal & social issues: bullying, violence & abuse (Children's / Teenage), YXN Personal & social issues: racism & multiculturalism (Children's / Teenage), YXZ Social issues (Children's / Teenage)