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Meet Stacey B. Shapiro, the author!
I'm so happy you have discovered our book. A little about me, since 1999, I have been a mental health therapist and a transformative life coach, who wrote this book with my son based on his true story. For more about me click here. My son helped me retell the story. Our hope is parents, educators and teachers will read our book to help educate others on racism and discrimination at an early age. This may help them make better decisions with their words and actions toward others. We hope you enjoy it too!
Jay's Horrible Day is a children's book about a six-year-old boy who experiences racism and discrimination at his day camp. In the book, Jay shares his feelings after being rejected because of his skin color. Coping skills and caring adults guide Jay as he finds ways to deal with what happened.
This book is designed to help parents, therapists, and teachers explain racism and discrimination to young children. It can be used as a tool to prepare children for similar experiences. In addition, this book helps all children understand that racism exists, even if they do not experience it themselves. Jay's story encourages empathy so children will learn how hurtful discrimination can be. Hopefully, they will begin to think before acting.
• How it feels to be on the receiving end of discrimination
• Ways to deal with emotions they may feel if they witness or experience racism
• A technique to help them shield themselves from hurtful words from others
• The definitions of racism and discrimination which are at the back of the book
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