Yoko

Yoko

Yoko

Rosemary Wells

Yoko is a charming story about a little girl named Yoko whose lunch is different from the other kids' lunches. After an activity planned by their teacher, her classmates learn to appreciate and develop a respect for each others differences. 

Genre
Cultural Exploration,
For the Love of Food,
Spread Kindness
Age
3 - 4,
5 - 6

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