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Consider a primary school class consist of Minority students who do not know how to integrate and Host students who do not know how to deal with these conditions; here is our role as a contact point. Societies are moving towards multiculturalism with extraordinary speed. Multiculturalism is important because it dilutes and dissipates the divisiveness of ignorance. A significant social issue in such a society is “Radicalization” and difficulty in “Acculturation and Integration”. Scientists state that early childhood experiences shape our Adult Life and Radicalization behavior can be the impact of our childhood. Therefore, in the case of de_Radicalized, we educate our children on how to successfully involve society and present themselves. Taken tips from the social sciences’ academic outcomes and turn them into very sweet children’s stories, no matter if children belong to minorities or majorities.

Lina Gets A Mango
Written by Dr. Professor Phil Zuckerman

Dr. Phil Zuckerman (born June 1969,26), is a professor of sociology and secular studies at Pitzer College in Claremont, California. He specializes in the sociology of secularity. He has been a guest professor, at the University of Aarhus, Denmark for several years
in the case of educating «Secularization in Scandinavia». He is the author of several books, including Society Without God (2008) for which he won Foreword Magazine›s silver book of the year award, and Faith No More (2011). Lina Gets A Mango shows his talents
and skills to communicate to a wide range of society through which not only students and experts, but also children know him.

Lina Gets A Mango Book Review

Lina Get a Mango is a mystery that starts out mysteriously. We learn a collection of details of Lina’s life- her walk to school, the animals in her life, and the people that she interacts with on a regular basis. The story brings the reader on a journey through a small village, looking intimately at relationships. Towards the end of the book, Phil ties the characters and mystery together in a creative and educational way. The story teaches children that you cannot make assumptions about people based on their behaviors, that there are subtexts that have yet to unravel and surface. The enchanting illustrations bring the book to life and stretch the boundaries of images children typically see, with a cat who has wheels to assist its mobility and a man who stretches societal gender norms by wearing earrings.
-Dr. Lauren P. Wadsworth

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Societies are moving towards multiculturalism with extraordinary speed. Multiculturalism is important because it dilutes and dissipates the divisiveness of ignorance. Voodoolily educates children of Tolerance culture that is the key element for peace in cosmopolitan societies. Please find our recently published books, in Norwegian and English, below.

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Audio Added

Voodoolily gives the opportunity for struggling readers with learning differences such as Dyslexia to achieve in school, and in life. Our audio books enable readers to easily absorb content.

 

Engaging content

By adding a digital game inside the book, we let the children, not just the read and watch their favorite characters, but also interact with them!

Valuable

Teaching about respect and tolerance in diverse communities, improve children knowledge about Democracy, getting knowledge based on rational thinking is embedded in our books

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Monday to Friday: 9am – 5pm
Sunday: Closed

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