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Reviewed by Diana Lopez for Readers' Favorite
Children learn about racial differences and prejudice from an early age and should learn to deal with them, which is why it’s important to teach children so that they can be objective about the issue. The Little Panda and His Blue Feet: With QR Code Animations will help children face their prejudices and act appropriately. The story will also motivate children to address the subject of prejudice by being kind and compassionate when interacting with others. Paul Boschen and Rudson Nick explore these ideas in the story of Max, a small panda with blue feet. Other animals tease him by calling him Blue Feet, which makes Max sad and lonely. Through this story, both Max and young readers will learn that no one is defined by a single characteristic since we have many to distinguish ourselves.
The Little Panda and His Blue Feet is a wonderful book and the drawings are adorable. The story is well narrated and easy to follow, while Max is a character the kids will be attracted to. People can be exposed to discriminatory situations through the simplest things, such as their hair type or eye color. I think this topic is important because we must understand that our external appearance is only superficial and it's our true personality that matters. Being different is what makes us unique. Paul Boschen and Rudson Nick clarify these principles in a manner that will develop empathy in young readers.