My Brown Skin26
My Brown Skin26
Your child is amazing and wants to hear it. Your child is wonderfully made! Let's hear them shout it from the mountain tops. Every child deserves to grow up envisioning their dreams through the stories of characters that look like them and reflect their experiences. Diversity in children's books matters. Stories are a child's first steps into their imagination. Hey Carter! Children's Book Series allows your child to READ IN COLOR.
Each book in the Hey Carter! Children's Book Series references a King. This hidden meaning is a reinforcement that our children deserve respect. We must remind our children that they are powerful and amazing.
"My Brown Skin" is a heartwarming story about embracing who you are. A child's first words of confidence and pride. Also in Spanish this Book Series proves representation really matters. Stay tuned for the next book in the "Hey Carter! Children's Book Series!
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|Series:||Hey Carter! Children Book Series , #1|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.07(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
The book series is inspired by and dedicated to her son Carter. Disappointed in the lack of books with boys of color as the main character, she decided to write her own. She states "Now more than ever boys of color need to know they are loved and cherished".
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