A Place to Belong

When a talented tiger finds himself without a place to call his own, although he may be unconventional, it is exactly his uniqueness that guides him to precisely where he needs to be. In A Place to Belong, by Edwin Kim, we follow Tae the tiger as he journeys from town to town looking for a place to fit in. He meets like minded friends along the way that bring him joy and the sense of belonging that Tae has been searching for.

This is a wonderful children’s book that promotes self-acceptance and also celebrates our differences. The characters are charming and relatable. Young readers will be able to understand the characters experiences as they are similar to what some people go through when feeling casted out, shamed, or shunned. It is important for people to have a place they feel seen and cared for and this story conveys that message well. This would be a perfect picture book for any child in that the message is delivered in a manner that young children will understand. Add to that some vibrant illustrations that are absolutely captivating and you have a story that will be easy to read at bed time.

I highly recommend A Place to Belong to any parent who is looking for a way to start a conversation about diversity and self-acceptance. This kids book is a fantastic tool that shows how vital finding the people we connect with is to our inner happiness.

Pages: 74 | ASIN: B0BMB9Z31Y

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Posted on January 2, 2023, in Book Reviews, Five Stars and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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