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As the seasons turn, Maisie rides her bull in and out of Dada's tall tales. Her Mama wears linen and plays the viola. Her Dada wears kente cloth and plays the marimba. They come from different places, but they hug her in the same way. And most of all, they love her just the same. A joyful celebration of a mixed-race family and the love that binds us all together.
"Illuminates a new understanding of the story of Babel in the book of Genesis, revealing God's design for wonderful diversity throughout the world." -- inside cover
A young biracial girl searches for the perfect color word to describe herself.
Explains, in simple terms, the reasons for skin color, how it is determined by heredity, and how various environmental factors affect it.
A young girl proudly claims her "mixed" identity as the child of a white mother and an African American father.
Join the MVP Kids as they learn to be confident in who they are while respecting the uniqueness of others. By interacting with children of various differences in background, ethnicity, ability, and needs, the MVP Kids learn that differences aren't scary. Young readers will learn to find common ground and build strong friendships in which differences can be celebrated.
Just Really Joseph" is a charming children's book about adoption, identity, and family. This warm and welcoming story follows a day in the life of two young brothers who have different skin colors. "Just Really Joseph" provides affirming, age-appropriate ways to talk about race and transracial adoption."--publisher
A young girl recounts how she came to be part of an adoptive family.
With delightful photographs, I am Hapa encourages children to look within themselves and appreciate the diverse cultures and ethnicities that make each person special. I am Hapa is the first trilingual children's book in English, Spanish and Chinese, celebrating the multiracial and multicultural experience.
When Meili learns her parents are adopting another child, she must accept the role of big sister and realize a new addition can be just right too.--Provided by publisher