Neither

Airlie Anderson


Neither

Neither

  • Title: Neither
  • Author: Airlie Anderson
  • ISBN: 9780316547697
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Hardcover



In this colorful and touching story that celebrates what makes each of us unique, a little creature that s not quite a bird and not quite a bunny it s neither searches for a place to fit in In the Land of This and That, there are only two kinds blue bunnies and yellow birds But one day a funny green egg hatches, and a little creature that s not quite a bird and notIn this colorful and touching story that celebrates what makes each of us unique, a little creature that s not quite a bird and not quite a bunny it s neither searches for a place to fit in In the Land of This and That, there are only two kinds blue bunnies and yellow birds But one day a funny green egg hatches, and a little creature that s not quite a bird and not quite a bunny pops out It s neither Neither tries hard to fit in, but its bird legs aren t good for jumping like the other bunnies, and its fluffy tail isn t good for flapping like the other birds It sets out to find a new home and discovers a very different place, one with endless colors and shapes and creatures of all kinds But when a blue bunny and a yellow bird with some hidden differences of their own arrive, it s up to Neither to decide if they are welcome in the Land of All This colorful, simple, and touching story promotes diversity and offers a valuable lesson to the youngest of audiences it is our differences that unite us.


Recent Comments "Neither"

I'd read this at a storytime about friendship or similar. However, it does make me a little sad because kids take things at face value, so at the end, you've either got to leave them believing there's an inclusive world out there somewhere, or you've got to explain "so life doesn't work this way right now and we grownups are counting on you to help change that." I'd have to really put some thought into how to discuss that in a not-discouraging way.

This story is not at all subtle but I love it for its simplicity, accessibility, and carefree cheerfulness. Love the colors and the charming fantastical critters. It's applicable to so many conversations about about race, gender norms, and other issues of identity and diversity.

Bravo! First book that I see for transgender kids. Do not know if the author intended it for that audience in particular, but it can certainly be used that way. The concept is charmingly executed and the illustrations and are bright and cheery (loved how the protagonist is the color of combining "this" and "that" and even his "chirp" was a "honk"). Well done.

I thought this book was just the cutest thing! It’s a really gentle but obvious way to introduce kids to being different whether that means biracial, an immigrant, etc. it’s colorful and clear illustrations definitely help with the message of the book. Super cute

I think I just got hit over the head with a very heavy, completely unsubtle diversity-is-great stick. Which, yes. Diversity is great! So, I guess I'll buy it for my library, because it will make a good preK book.

In the land of This or Thatere is one that is neither or both. They tell him to leave b/c he doesn't fit in, so he goes somewhere else and finds a place where everyone is accepted. It's the Land Of All.

This is a nice little book about diversity and inclusion geared toward non-binary identities. Would work for very young readers.

I found this story of defying categories and accepting everyone simply charming.

If some people don't get you and they are JERKS you will be ok and find your people :)

I thought this was a really cute book about diversity and inclusion that will be great for a younger audience.

These colorful illustrations are beautiful, but this book breaks my heart. I love the meaning of it, yet I'm still brought to tears at the thought of kids being cruel to each other.

When a creature discovers it doesn't fit in, it goes out and ends up finding a place of acceptance. A colorful uplifting tale. This was recommended by a customer.

It's okay. Reminded me of duck rabbit a bit though it's not really "supposed to." It's about fitting in and not being a jerk to creatures who don't fit in.


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