Embracing Diversity: Theodore Finds His Spot


Embracing Diversity: Theodore Finds His Spot

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Theodore is the only teaspoon in a young human family’s kitchen. Small and made of simple stainless steel, Theodore is often picked on by his bigger, fancier silver friends frequently found at the dining table. “Stay in your spot!” he’s often told by his haughty friends. When Grandmother comes to stay with the family, Theodore finds himself moving from his spot in the kitchen condiment pot to the dining table. Can Theodore discover his true potential and navigate his relations with the other cutlery on the table?


About the Series

Embracing Diversity is a series that aims to inspire readers to bridge divides through universal values, harness our diversity for the common good and tap on shared experiences—even our differences —to strengthen trust and resilience in different communities and encourage personal confidence.


About the Author

Mabelle Yeo has been an editor and writer for an eclectic range of publications both digital and print. Some of her favourite topics revolve around inclusivity, social resilience and cohesion, national security and wisdom drawn from animals. She has authored several children’s books, such as: The Blue Budgie Can’t Stay Still series supported by iMDA and published by Armour Publishing; Searching for Officer Joey, published in 2015 by the Ministry of Home Affairs in commemoration of SG50 and Home Team Festival 2015; When Tim Knows the Drill, Singapore’s very first counter terrorism/SGSecure storybook, jointly published in 2017 by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Education and Temasek Care Foundation; and The Mystery of the Bukit Timah Monkey Boy, commissioned and published by the SG50 Steering Committee and launched by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in 2015, in conjunction with Bukit Timah’s 60th Anniversary.


Book specifications:

ISBN: 978-981-5060-14-0
Size: 229 by 152 mm (closed)
No. of Pages: 36
Release Date: May 2023


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