But here’s the thing. Just reading her stories and creating that vocabulary and numeracy is an important base. But it’s not enough.
If you want to help your daughter create that future reflection in the mirror, then you need to give her a different mirror today.
The question is, what type of mirror?
As celebrated author Malorie Blackman recently commented in a conversation with Angie Thomas: stories are not just doors and windows...but also mirrors.
In other words, you need to give her stories in which she can see herself and identify with the lead character. She can become more like these story’s heroes by identifying with lead characters who have traits such as being brave or inventive or resourceful.
Yet – as we know - the heroes in children’s books are more likely to be boys than girls. And they’re more likely to be white than any other ethnicity.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
At Zoowun, we have created baby’s and toddler’s story e-books where you can customize what the hero looks like to reflect your child’s reality back to her.
You can also personalize the text, so that your child truly is the hero in her own story.
So, you don’t have to leave it to chance and hope that she will have access to stories with heroes that look like her.
She doesn’t have to feel invisible. Not today or any day.
You can make it happen in 3 easy steps.
- Go to www.zoowun.com.
- Select the avatar that looks most like your child by swiping through the menu (on mobile) or clicking the red arrows (on desktop).
- Fill out the order form (including your child’s name) and check out.
Your child’s personalized story e-book will be delivered direct to your inbox almost instantly.
So, don’t delay and leave her feeling invisible. Make your child the hero in her own story now at www.zoowun.com.
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