|Statement||Kerry Ann Rockquemore and Tracey Laszloffy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 221 p. :|
|Number of Pages||221|
This book aims to A wide divide between academics who research biracial identity, and the everyday world of parents and practitioners who raise and deal with mixed-race children exists. This book aims to fill this gap by providing an extensive synthesis of the existing research in the field, as well as a model for better understanding the /5(7). Raising Biracial Children focuses much needed attention on the unique concerns of biracial children in the United States. Most readers will find the book thought provoking, but parents and families of biracial children may benefit the most from its ideas. (Harvard Educational Review)/5(7). Children Around the World. Full, Full, Full of Love. Please, Baby, Please. Besos for Bebe: A Little Book of Kisses. Final thoughts. These multicultural children’s books are a great way to introduce diversity into your kid’s lives. Multiracial Children’s Literature Blogs. A few of my fellow book bloggers have curated amazing book lists for all ages as well. Mixed Up Files-a fantastic resource for biracial books for middle grades (ages ). What We Do All Day- a great list of picture books showcasing biracial families. Colours of Us- This is a wonderful website for finding biracial and multiracial books for children.
Multiracial children need guidance to become resilient as they navigate the world. Teaching kids early about their ancestry through stories and books, giving them strong role models, and making compromises with your partner is essential to successfully raising multiracial children. A Parent’s Guide To Raising Multiracial Children by Donna Jackson Nakazawa: The mother of two mixed race children, Nakazawa researched and interviewed parents of multiracial children for this book. She discusses how race is perceived at different ages and offers parents examples of dialogue when kids ask questions about their skin color. This book aims to fill this gap by providing an extensive synthesis of the existing research in the field, as well as a model for better understanding the unique process of racial identity development for mixed-race children. Raising Biracial Children provides parents, educators, social workers, and anyone interested in multiracial issues with. This myth suggests that biracial children will inevitably grow into tortured misfits, angry that they fit into neither black nor white society. While mixed-race children certainly face challenges, raising well-adjusted biracial children is quite possible if parents are proactive and sensitive to their children’s : Nadra Kareem Nittle.
Raising Biracial Children focuses much needed attention on the unique concerns of biracial children in the United States. Most readers will find the book thought provoking, but parents and families of biracial children may benefit the most from its ideas. K. R. V. Mistaken for the Nanny. Indian-American writer Nandini D'Souza comes to terms with the playground politics of raising a mixed-race daughter. I conceded that some half-and-half children are a Author: Nandini D'souza. However, I thought much of the author's insights had more to do with raising African American children and less with biracial children. I think if you were going to raise a biracial child as only black this book would have more information for you. I am still looking for a book that has more advice on raising biracial children/5. Stories of White Moms of Biracial Kids her father—a social anthropologist—gifted Leah with a book about biracial families called Whose For parents of color raising their children, the.