Different but still so alike. Everyone is equal.
Little Lustig feels lonely and has no friends to play with. Everybody laughs and teases him because he is different.
One day he leaves his red boots where he lives and engages in adventure in the woods.
There he meets the squirrel, the owl and their friends who show Little Lustig a whole new world and another way of thinking.
The wise owl and the squirrel tell Lustig about animals and nature, people, exclusion and friendship.
“Do you know that everyone is different,” said the squirrel when they sat on an old stump.
Nobody is like the other but everyone is different, and that’s a good thing.
Follow Little Lustig on a journey through the forest, a journey that reflects on today’s society in a great and entertaining way.
The book is suitable for both the family and for educational activities.
The story can be linked to the curriculum, both in terms of value and natural science. The basis is for discussions is about everyone being different, friendship, bullying, but also environmental and nature issues.
The book contains complementary flanoproducts and inspirational discussion questions for a playful learning! Inspirational tutorials / discussion questions.
You who read the story of “Little Lustig and the Forest Friends” can continue the discussion on the subject around the book.
Quote from book review from BTJ.
Solveig Lidén, BTJ-booklet no. 20, 2015:
“Little Lustig gets bullied because he looks different. He walks to the woods and meets the squirrel who tells him that it is good to be different.” …. “The illustrations are colorful and expressive and the image and text follow each other well.” …. “Two big and important messages are woven together” …. “Here is also the basis for important discussions in a pre-school group.” …
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