Chocolate Milk, Por Favor: Celebrating Diversity with Empathy
About this book It's Gabe's first day of school in America, and he doesn't speak English. This story shows how a simple act of kindness is worth more than a thousand words. Kindness really is a universal language.
Reviews from Around the World Chocolate milk (Gabe's favorite drink) is a recurring symbol in this heartwarming story about the importance of making friendships and helping others, and the power of kindness when working to overcome the language barrier. Highly recommended! —Midwest Book Review
Johnny is puzzled when everyone befriends a new kid at school. He initially doesn't like the new boy, who doesn't speak English and is a 'crybaby.' In the end, Johnny learns a valuable lesson about empathy as he befriends the new boy.—Melissa, Goodreads