Kiki the Kitten Accepts Herself - Bedtime children's books for kids early readers
Publisher: the heirs
Kiki the Kitten Accepts Herself is a fun poem about the universal themes of accepting yourself and appreciating your unique qualities.
Kiki the kitten was born into a family who all looked similar.
While her brothers and sisters have black fur with black paws,she has black fur with white paws. Kiki feels she sticks out.
Determined to be like the other cats, she devises a plan to change her paw color.
One day,she paints her paws black.Victory!Kiki feels happy.
But when her parents see what she did, they ask her to remove the paint.
But try as they might, with soap, water and bleach, they are unable to remove the paint.
Kiki begins to feel badly about it and realizes she misses her white paws.
She wishes for them to return. One day, the black paint dissolves, and her white paws return.
From that day forward, Kiki learns to celebrate her unique traits!
Every child may at times struggle with feeling different and fitting in.
This poem gently reminds them to accept themselves the way they are and appreciate their qualities.
Kiki the Kitten Accepts Herself is a fun poem to read out because it rhymes and flows well orally.
It makes the perfect story to read children to both entertain them and teach them a valuable lesson they can apply to their lives.