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In this picture book, a young black girl learns to love her difficult-to-manage hair.
Illustrations and brief text present aspects of the lives of the many varied native peoples across North America.
Aria loves her soft and bouncy hair, but must go to extremes to avoid people who touch it without permission until, finally, she speaks up. Includes author's note.
A collection of poems, including "Golden Goodness," "Cranberry Red," and "Biscuit Brown," celebrating individuality and Afro-American identity.
"Poems focusing on unique places of historical, environmental, and/or cultural interest in the United States by poets from diverse backgrounds, including Alma Flor Ada, Joseph Bruchac, Nikki Grimes, Lee Bennett Hopkins, Linda Sue Park, and many others. Includes additional information about each place, and sources"-- |cProvided by publisher
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.
Starting from the Greenwich meridian this book takes the reader east imagining what children are doing at that moment in each of the twenty-four time zones.
Brown dates, the pale white moon, the yellow glow of lanterns--colors are everywhere during Ramadan and Eid al- Fitr! Celebrate the culture and customs of Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr by learning about the holiday's colors. Back matter features the Crayola ® colors used throughout the book and includes a reproducible coloring page.
A young girl proudly claims her "mixed" identity as the child of a white mother and an African American father.