The Little Cupcakes

The Little Cupcakes It s Caitlin s birthday She s excited to share her birthday cupcakes with her classmates But what should have been a fun treat turns out to be a problem for Caitlin since the cupcakes aren t all exact

  • Title: The Little Cupcakes
  • Author: Anthony King
  • ISBN: 9780975278611
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Hardcover
  • It s Caitlin s birthday She s excited to share her birthday cupcakes with her classmates But what should have been a fun treat turns out to be a problem for Caitlin since the cupcakes aren t all exactly the same When a sad Caitlin arrives home, her dad helps put the incident into perspective The teacher s handling of the situation allows for an unexpected opportunity fIt s Caitlin s birthday She s excited to share her birthday cupcakes with her classmates But what should have been a fun treat turns out to be a problem for Caitlin since the cupcakes aren t all exactly the same When a sad Caitlin arrives home, her dad helps put the incident into perspective The teacher s handling of the situation allows for an unexpected opportunity for this widowed dad to help his daughter appreciate the importance of diversity, acceptance, and love A Parent Teacher page plus a Note from the Author creates greater opportunity for parents and teachers to engage their children in valuable conversations about their own experiences, how they feel and what they might do in situations when faced with diversity and the need for tolerance and acceptance The Little Cupcakes is a beautiful and engaging learning journey, encouraging children and parents to talk with each other about tolerance and diversity in a caring, sharing, sensitive way.

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    1. The sweet little girl brought cupcakes for her classmates and her idiot teacher cut the tops off of them so they would all look the same. I love how horrified her dad was and I loved his explanation. "If everything in the world were the same, all growth would stop, all learning would stop, and all love would stop." What I didn't like, that kept me from rating the book a 5, was that the dad excused what Ms. Simmons did by saying that it was okay that she had a different idea about the cupcakes. S [...]

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