Did God Forget To Color Our Feet?

Did God Forget To Color Our Feet?

Did God Forget To Color Our Feet?

Did God Forget To Color Our Feet?

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Overview

Did God forget to color our feet? is a foot book that celebrates diversity and similarities that connect all people. This book will unite people of different races, ethnicities, religions, different skin colors and different shades. Within families, neighborhoods, countries and the world, by their feet. Here is a great way to teach children about family relationships. Teach about God, unity and love. Parents will enjoy reading this wonderful book to children of all races and ethnic backgrounds. Your child will be left feeling more connected to this beautiful world we share with each other. This book will forever change how people all over the world look at feet. It will make you STOP and look at everyone's feet. Don't miss out on this amazingly simple yet powerful poetic discovery. Told through the voice of a little girl, Daisy Grace takes us on an intimate adventure of family, emotions, feelings, self-love and discovery. The story begins during the Covid-19 pandemic, with a silly joke between Daisy Grace and her Aunty. Readers journey with Daisy Grace and her Papa, cleverly titled The Tortoise and the Hare go to the bookstore. We peek into her life at home with mom, then ends with a colorful and imaginative poetic discovery.

After a bedtime story that leads to a "TALK TIME", about African American/Black history and culture; her mom explains Black people come in a rainbow of shades in their family. Daisy then asks a most peculiar question her mom had never heard before..."MOM IS EVERYONE'S FEET PINKY?". Her mom answered the only way she knew how. With a poem. DID GOD FORGET TO COLOR OUR FEET? is the namesake of the book and answer to Daisy Grace's BIG QUESTION in a wonderful, beautiful and colorful way.

It is easy to see and feel the love between mother and daughter duo, Daisy Grace Peters and Delores S. Peters. This foot book has funny looking feet illustrations created by the first time authors/illustrators that will make your kids laugh. Under the creative direction of Cameron T. Wilson, the unique illustrations will take your child's imagination to what they never thought their feet could be. Imagine a

foot butterfly, a foot unicorn or a foot angel. Well, they're all here for your child to

discover. Dive into this adventure and learn the answer to DID GOD FORGET TO COLOR OUR FEET?


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798986831817
Publisher: Delores S. Peters
Publication date: 03/01/2023
Pages: 38
Product dimensions: 11.00(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.10(d)
Age Range: 3 Months to 12 Years

About the Author

Delores S. Peters was born in Montserrat W.I., her family migrated to New York when she was 5-years old. In her earlier years she was a production assistant turned producer on music videos, commercials and an independent film. Later, she worked alongside her sister and was passionate about heading up the clothing company's sales, and production departments. Currently she is a real estate agent. During a "Talk time" conversation with Daisy Grace, Daisy told her mom she was creative, but she didn't realize it. Delores decided to explore Daisy's words. This book is the beginning of her creative journey with her muse Daisy Grace by her side.

Daisy Grace Peters is a 7-year old girl who lives with her mom Delores in New York. She has a creative spirit and a colorful personality. This comes through in her love for painting, arts & crafts, molding and the clothes she wears. Daisy loves food, and her favorites are mom's spaghetti & meat sauce, chicken, homemade burgers and candy. She enjoys playing beach volleyball, riding her bike and skateboarding. One of Daisy's favorite things to do is read. She believes books are her friends that take her imagination on great adventures.

Delores S. Peters was born in Montserrat W.I., her family migrated to New York when she was 5-years old. In her earlier years she was a production assistant turned producer on music videos, commercials and an independent film. Later, she worked alongside her sister and was passionate about heading up the clothing company's sales, and production departments. Currently she is a real estate agent. During a "Talk time" conversation with Daisy Grace, Daisy told her mom she was creative, but she didn't realize it. Delores decided to explore Daisy's words. This book is the beginning of her creative journey with her muse Daisy Grace by her side.
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