The fear of differences causes division and dissection. Judgments should be based on real facts not unreasonable conclusions. Catalina and the King’s Wall reminds me much of today’s world politics and policies.
Book: Catalina and the King’s Wall
Author: Patty Costello
Illustrator: Diane Cojocaru
Hardcover: 32 pages
Publisher: Eifrig Publishing (May 5, 2018)
Genre: Juvenile fiction
Ages: 6-8; grades 1-3
The royal baker Catalina’s king does not like the people who live in a nearby kingdom and is going to build a wall to keep them away. This means her family will not be able to see her. So she bakes up a cake wall then a cookie wall….and eventually finds a tasty answer as wily Catalina bests a silly king.
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