We are all different, that’s all!When Monkey Bandit meets Beau, the colorful parrot, he quickly becomes upset because he does not have as many colors. But then he realizes that, even though some of us have many colors and others only one or two, this simply means that we are all different, that’s all.This is not so much a book about colors, but a book about comparisons and self-esteem.This colorful, funny picture book will introduce your child to the idea that differences are normal and natural. As they grow, children start comparing themselves to others, especially when the adults around them offer praise (or criticism!). A healthy sense of self-esteem and self-confidence is based on the idea that yes, we are all different – and that is a good thing.It is never too early to start talking to your child about self-esteem!Pre-K / Kindergarten / Grade 1Other books in the Monkey Bandit series will teach your child values such as creativity, cleanliness, good behavior, taking responsibility and more, woven in practical lessons about playing, eating, going potty, socializing, learning about the world and all the other regular activities in the lives of young children.Monkey Bandit and the Monkey in the MoonMonkey Bandit Goes PottyMonkey Bandit and the Naughty BallMonkey Bandit Eats with a SpoonMonkey Bandit Takes a Bath… and more!
We are all different, that’s all!When Monkey Bandit meets Beau, the colorful parrot, he quickly becoOrder Now!
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