Geraldine and the Rainbow Machine (Gizmo Girl, 4)
Geraldine and the Rainbow Machine is one of four books in the Gizmo Girl series. Geraldine is excited when a new student, Hamid, joins her class. Hamid recently lived in Pakistan and Geraldine is fascinated by his culture. Unfortunately, the other students do not greet Hamid with kindness. Geraldine draws from her scientific skills to invent something to show the other students how awesome Hamid is. She creates a rainbow machine that promotes inclusivity and celebrates the diversity of all the kids in the class. As Geraldine’s classmates spin the wheel, they learn about each other’s differences and discover how much they had in common.
This book can be enjoyed by all children ages four to eight, especially those who feel like they don’t fit in. Geraldine’s empathetic nature will inspire young readers to show compassion and love toward others. This beautifully written story encourages children to embrace every unique individual so they can blend together like the colors of a rainbow.
|Author||Sol Regwan, Denise Muzzio|
|Page Count||32 pages|
|Publisher||Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.|
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