Clive and His Hats

Clive and His Hats Meet Clive and his imagination Clive loves his collection of hats and each one suggests a different adventure He enjoys playing with them and sharing them with his friends A gentle affectionate boo

  • Title: Clive and His Hats
  • Author: Jessica Spanyol
  • ISBN: 9781846438851
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Board Book
  • Meet Clive and his imagination Clive loves his collection of hats, and each one suggests a different adventure He enjoys playing with them, and sharing them with his friends A gentle, affectionate book, celebrating diversity and challenging gender stereotypes.

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      Published :2018-08-26T09:21:49+00:00

    1 thought on “Clive and His Hats”

    1. These books from Child’s Play introduces readers to Clive who loves to share his collections of things from hats to bags and of his art and his dolls with his many friends. The other four books in the series tackle role-playing as Clive takes on different jobs. All of them offer a simple read challenging gender stereotypes.

    2. Great read-aloud for preschoolers. Multicultural children, blurred lines of what some may call boy/girl things.

    3. This simple board book introduces readers to Clive who adores wearing different hats. From a fire hat to one bedecked with flowers to a woolly hat and a bunny hat, Clive just cannot get enough of his hats. In fact, in one scene, he appears to be wearing several hats piled on top of one another. This book is sweet, simple, and yet it packs a powerful wallop in reminding readers that the world is diverse and that boys like hats every bit as much as girls do. In fact, in Clive's case, he probably a [...]

    4. Such a delightful and playful book! Get a box of hats ready (raid your cupboards for your winter woolly hats or summer sun hats, or visit the charity shops for some more flamboyant hats!) and you can have such fun with this board book, dressing up, playing games, letting your imagination run wild. Quietly champions diversity and gender stereotypes too. All in all, a perfect book for anyone with young children, a must-have for playgroups and nurseries!

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