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El niño que quería dar abrazos / The Boy Who Wanted to Give Hugs

9788448860769

El niño que quería dar abrazos / The Boy Who Wanted to Give Hugs

  • ISBN 13:

    9788448860769

  • ISBN 10:

    8448860764

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 09/20/2022
  • Publisher: Beascoa
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Summary

Un cuento sobre la sensibilidad, la masculinidad y el valor de ser uno mismo.
 
A Neo le gustan muchas cosas: la música, los cuentos, pasear a su elefante, jugar con sus amigas y amigos... y, sobre todo, a Neo le encantan los abrazos. Pero cuando los adultos empiezan a decirle cómo debe comportarse un chico, Neo se pone muy triste. ¿Por qué los mayores le dicen cosas que no puede comprender?
 
Sonia Encinas, madre feminista, comunicadora y sexóloga, habla del reto de educar a su hijo en el feminismo, lejos de los estereotipos de género que enseñan a los chicos a mostrar la valentía y la fuerza y a ocultar la sensibilidad y la ternura.
 
Este cuento, mediante una sencilla metáfora, nos habla de:
-La importancia de reconocer todas las emociones y de relacionarse desde el afecto, el cuidado y la ternura.
-La educación en la autoestima y la riqueza de la diversidad.
-La valentía de ser vulnerable.
-El valor de la sensibilidad para entenderse, quererse y construir relaciones sanas.
-La limitación que suponen los estereotipos de género en la construcción de la identidad propia.
-La importancia de tener referentes adultos que muestren su sensibilidad.
 
Un libro ideal para leer, aprender y abrazarse en familia.

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION

A story about sensitivity, masculinity, and the value of being oneself.

Neo likes many things: music, stories, walking his toy elephant, playing with his friends... and, above all, Neo loves hugs. But when the adults start telling him how a boy should behave, Neo gets very sad. Why do grown-ups tell him things he can't understand?

Sonia Encinas, a feminist mother, journalist, and sexologist, talks about the challenges of educating her son in feminism, far from gender stereotypes that encourage boys to show bravery and strength and to hide sensitivity and tenderness.
 
Through a simple metaphor, this story tells us about:
-The importance of recognizing all emotions and to relate to others with affection, care, and tenderness.
-Education about self-esteem and the richness of diversity.
-The courage in being vulnerable.
-The value in having sensitivity to understand each other, love each other, and build healthy relationships.
-The limitations that gender stereotypes cause in the construction of one's own identity.
-The importance of having adult role models who show their sensitivity.
 
An ideal book to read, learn, and embrace as a family.

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