Po Po Says
- Great foray into learning about Asian American culture for both children and adults
- Providing an insightful, diverse perspective in a time of growing inclusion within the educational system for all races
- Po Po Says shares different events in American history that opens up a dialogue with our children and instills values that work toward building empathy and acceptance
Did you know Po Po (paw-paw) means grandma in Chinese? Did you know Filipino settlers were the first Asian American community? When Po Po knits, she shares parts of American history that are not often told. As her young granddaughter listens with admiration, Po Po talks about Asian Americans and how their resilience has helped shape the strength and beauty of the United States of America.
In this inspiring picture book, Po Po brings to light the hardships and discrimination that many endured in eight events that took place in American history. Accompanied by rich and colourful illustrations inspired by historical photography, Po Po wants her young granddaughter to know that not only have Asian Americans lived in the United States for centuries, but the different types of people are what make the nation unique and extraordinary. Each story has a special message and embraces the Chinese language — emphasising that America is a culture of many cultures.
- ORO Editions
- Publish date
- 11th Oct 2021
- World excluding USA, Canada, Australasia & Asia (except Japan; China non-exclusive)
- 184 mm x 148 mm
- 60 Pages
- 55 color