My Panda Sweater
A quirky kid doesn't mind too much when classmates tease her for dancing in her beloved sweater with panda ears. When she outgrows the sweater and donates it, she starts to think about the stories behind the clothing she sees. When she sees her panda sweater again, this time being worn by a new classmate who recently moved to town looking for a safer place to live, she knows she's found a new dance partner. Brought to life by sweet, quirky artwork by beloved French illustrator Barroux, this timely story addresses difficult topics, such as immigration, with a light, engaging and child-friendly approach. It also offers the perfect opportunity to start conversations about a wide range of important subjects for social-emotional growth: bullying, friendship, sharing, new experiences and self-confidence.
Key Selling Points:
- TIMELY TOPICS: Takes an age-appropriate approach to topics like immigration, while also being a humorous and relatable narrative for younger children.
- SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING: Start conversations about a wide range of important subjects for social-emotional growth: bullying, friendship, sharing, new experiences and self-confidence.
- BELOVED ILLUSTRATOR: This timely tale is brought to life with sweet, quirky artwork by beloved French artist Barroux, illustrator of Barefoot Books’ I Could Be, You Could Be.