The Whole Human Race

We want to change the world!

The Whole Human Race

Our Team

Meet our storytelling kids!
Zula

Zula

The Beginning
Zula gets the reading started and gets us going on our journey.
Pax

Pax

Lips!
Pax begins with a smile, telling us about why our "lips" are an important part of how we communicate.
Mei-Xiu

Mei-Xiu

Voice!
Mei-Xiu tells us about our "voice" and the special way in which we can use it.
Tadd

Tadd

Hands!
Add tells us why our "hands" can do many things to help everyone get along.
Anandani

Anandani

Ears!
Anandani wants us to know why it's so important to listen with our "ears."
Jack

Jack

Eyes!
Jack tells us about our "eyes" and the many things we choose to see with them.
Viviana

Viviana

The Messenger
Viviana helps tell us why everything we've read in the book is important.
Chai

Chai

The Message!
Chai wraps it up with the message of the book and it's a big, important message!

Inspiration

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Years ago, when The Whole Human Race© was written, I was living in Chicago.  It was my first "big city" experience.  I grew up in a small town in Ohio and lived in the country, so being surrounded by so many different people was unique to me.   Each day on my way to work I watched people from all different walks of life.  I saw them laugh.  I saw them cry.  I saw them coo to their babies and hug their children.  I saw them wave hello to friends and smile at strangers.  There were so many different people from different places.  Some spoke different languages and wore the clothes of their native cultures.  Some spoke with sign language.

 

I loved trying to understand how people were communicating with each other even though I didn't always understand the words they were saying.  Separately, all of them had their own unique story but TOGETHER they were all connected by something very simple - they were a part of the whole human race.  Regardless of where they were from, the color of their skin, their religion, who they loved, how young or old they were — there was a universal language that was understood by all.

 
Communication.  Verbal and non-verbal.  Smiles.  Frowns.  Tears.  Waves.  Hurrahs. Groans.  Laughter. Body language. It was all so simple - this universal language.  I thought, if we began by teaching our children and reminding everyone of this message, we could begin to change the world and make it a more peaceful place.

 Tim McFadden — Author

A Crowd Pleaser!

Zanne
A beautiful,well written book. What a wonderful message for children and adults. I love this book and am sending it to all the children in my life
Zanne
Investor
Kelly
What a wonderful message! A wonderful book full of colorful, eye-catching illustrations. A message that children of all ages should read. It is a fantastic tool for teaching tolerance and acceptance of all people. Be sure to get your copy to learn about what's beautiful about 'The Whole Human Race'.
Kelly
HR Specialist
Sara
I really, really, like this book! I learned that there is no one just like me, and everyone is just like me inside. Thank you for making this book, I love it!
Sara
Younger sister
Dawn
Best children's book! What a fabulous story! Not only is it a source of entertainment for our youth, but it has a very powerful message. Children and adults alike will enjoy this book. The bright colors and rhythmic prose make this a truly enjoyable book.
Dawn
Health Physics Instructor
Joanne
This book was recommended by our Children's librarian and I see why. Illustrations are charming. A good starting point for discussion.
Joanne
Teacher

How We Communicate

Eyes

Some people have eyes they may never see. Their sight comes from within and it's as clear as can be.

Ears

Ears can here speeches and car tire screeches and waves hitting beaches and where ever sound reaches.

Lips

Some lips have sung anthems, cried for freedom it's true! Other lips in some way may have spoken for you.

Feature

Voice

A voice can welcome you or give you reason to leave. It's a thing that has power you had better believe!

Hands

A hand can reach out to another in need and lift them up to a place where they're proud and they are free.

Message

We are ALL part of what's beautiful about The Whole Human Race!

Some Fun Facts!

1.9
BILLION. That's how many kids there are in the world!
15
MILES. That's how far a dolphin can hear sound under water!
2000
STEPS. There are 2000 steps in a mile!
19
FEET. That's how tall a giraffe can grow!

A Think or Two

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Cross Cultural Solutions ...

Last month I attended the 25th anniversary of an organization that is truly changing the world.  It was founded by someone whom I admire and respect
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Making a Difference ...

Can I make a difference?  Can you make a difference?  Can WE make a difference…. Yes! It’s not easy.  It won’t happen overnight.

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