Pepper's Special Wings
Children have the right to know the truth about how life evolved on earth. "Pepper’s Special Wings" shows small children how Charles Darwin’s evolutionary theory of Natural Selection works in a way that they can relate. Children will identify with Pepper’s social struggle, since self-esteem, self-image, bullying, and being teased are recurring childhood themes. Children will see that sometimes being different is what makes them amazing! "Pepper’s Special Wings" teaches young children about Natural Selection without using words that may not have yet been learned (i.e. species, population, predation, camouflage).
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