MADE BY RAFFI: A CELEBRATION OF DIFFERENCES


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Made by Raffi: Craig Pomranz and Illustrated by Margaret Chamberlain

Not every child is sports oriented. Not every child wants to tumble, throw things or even scream and yell during recess. Sometimes their interests gear in other directions like art, science, crafts or even music. Does that make this child odd or different? Raffi considers himself not exactly fitting in with his classmates. He’s the smallest child in the class or smallest boy. He loves to wear bright colors. They are cheerful. Thinking to himself he says” Maybe everyone is different.” You are right about that we are all different and have different interests, wear different clothing and even like different foods. Does that mean we are all odd? It’s what makes the world and people so unique and different: our differences are the best things about making each one of us unique and special.

During playtime Raffi likes to…

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