What If Everybody Thought That?




      What If Everybody Thought That?
What if everybody were thoughtful before they judged someone If you see someone in a wheelchair, you might think he or she couldn t compete in a race But you might be wrong What if you see a child with no hair Do you think she is embarrassed all the time How about a kid who has a really hard time reading Do you think that means he s not smart You might think so But you might be wrong.With clear prose and lighthearted artwork, this companion book to the bestseller What If Everybody Did Thatexplores the preconceived notions we have about the world and encourages kids to be thoughtful. New Download Kindle ePUB What If Everybody Thought That? By Ellen Javernick – heartforum.co.uk

Ellen Javernick is the author ofthan twenty books for children, including the Children s Choice Book Award finalist The Birthday Pet, illustrated by Kevin O Malley She has been an elementary school teacher forthan twenty years and currently teaches kindergarten She lives in Loveland, Colorado.

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • What If Everybody Thought That?
  • Ellen Javernick
  • 08 August 2017
  • 1542091373

10 thoughts on “ What If Everybody Thought That?

  1. Alice Ball says:

    An important message that ends up feeling a bit forced.

  2. Baby Bookworm says:

    Hello, friends Our book today is What If Everybody Thought That , written by Ellen Javernick and illustrated by Colleen Madden, a look at the perils of making assumptions based on appearances.Third in the pair s series about bullying and discrimination, the reader is introduced to various scenarios in which a child who is different a girl with alopecia, a boy with dyslexia, etc is surrounded by classmates with presumptive thoughts He s too short to play basketball, a group of taller boys Hello, friends Our book today is What If Everybody Thought That , written by Ellen Javernick and illustrated by Colleen Madden, a look at the perils of making assumptions based on appearances.Third in the pair s series about bullying and discrimination, the reader is introduced to various scenarios in which a child who is different a girl with alopecia, a boy with dyslexia, etc is surrounded by classmates with presumptive thoughts He s too short to play basketball, a group of taller boys conclude about a team hopeful Too bad she can t do the relay race in that wheelchair , a pitying peer thinks of her classmate But what if everybody thought that They might never learn that the boy with dyslexia is a talented robotics enthusiast, the girl with alopecia knows her wa...

  3. Kristi Bernard says:

    Sometimes when people see things they don t understand they may form a negative opinion In this handy guide young readers will see the thoughts of characters when they see something they don t understand Young readers will also get to see what happens once these characters learn and embrace something new and different.This book is perfect for introducing young kids to ways of life that may be different from their own and teach them how others navigate and exist in everyday life Parents and te Sometimes when people see things they don t understand they may form a negative opinion In this handy guide young readers will see the thoughts of chara...

  4. Barbra says:

    This is a wonderful book to open up conversations with young ones about first impressions, not being judgmental, and being respectful of others Children don t often understand why things are different With bright illustrations and simple text readers will get a look at acceptance A great book for...

  5. Elizabeth says:

    Must readI ve read some of Ellen Javernick s books and this is by far my favourite This book has a powerful message for people of all ages I loved how it portrayed people of different abilities and disabilities.

  6. Mrs. Arvia says:

    I appreciate this book This book will teach children just because something is different doesn t mean it s not good or great at something We all have different challenges in life but that doesn t mean we can t be excellent at something if we put ou...

  7. Juliana Lee says:

    Kids learn to accept each other for who they are despite real and perceived disabilities Is the girl with a bald spot embarrassed Can the kid in the wheelchair win the race Can the boy who stutters sing in the school musical

  8. Susan Walker says:

    This is a great read for every child, and many adults It makes everyone think about people who are different from us A great read.

  9. Isley Forrester says:

    Excellent book Touched my heartstrings.

  10. Bailey Held says:

    This book is a great story to use in any grades to teach inclusion and that you can do anything you set your mind to.

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