A beautiful all-inclusive children's book that teaches us that each person is unique and wonderful
By: BQB Publishing
Without Twitter, this book might have never happened, making it unique in many ways.
Some People Do is a children's book (ages 4-7) that teaches diversity in a clever, rhyming fashion. It is extremely simple and boils down complex topics such as racial differences, homosexuality, and disabilities in a very easy manner that children understand. It truly runs the gamut and is a perfect tool for parents who wish to empower their children with knowledge of the world we live in.
Initially, it was conceived by Frank after a brief conversation with a fellow parent. She had a son who was curious about Frank's sexual orientation, so she asked Frank how to explain it to him. He said, "Just tell your son that some people are just like that. Keep it very concise." She did exactly that, and that was all it took.
He accepted the answer and learned about gay people through a very basic exchange of words. That inspired Frank to write a book that covers "all the bases" and truly explain differences to curious kids, as well as their parents.
It centers around a singular verse that is repeated throughout the book:
You may not know them, They may not be you - But some people are, And some people do.
Via this repetition, children are shown every type of person possible and then explained that it's essentially just how the world works.
The illustrations brought the book to life. After completing the manuscript, Frank knew exactly who he wanted to make this happen - Josh Hara. Josh is incredibly talented and has a knack for instilling humor in the ideal places. As a result, flipping through Some People Do is akin to looking at a bouquet of flowers.
It is striking, colorful, and something you want to get your hands on.
Frank and Josh wish that this book will be well-revered and widely used as a teaching device. It's the equivalent of "one-stop shopping" as it is very broad in what it covers.
If you are a parent, know a parent, or just want a stunning conversational piece on your coffee table, then this is a crucial book for you.
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