Studio Mucci: A Rainbow In Your Cloud

Studio Mucci: A Rainbow In Your Cloud

Studio Mucci: A Rainbow In Your Cloud

Studio Mucci: A Rainbow In Your Cloud


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An inclusive and empowering picture book that's all about celebrating being yourself from Instagram influencer Amina Mucciolo!

"We all have a rainbow inside, and it’s made up of all the special little things that make each of us unique." So begins Amina Mucciolo's semiautobiographical picture book about accepting and celebrating all the things that make each and every one of us special!

Amina's story reminds young readers how important it is to embrace your differences and be proud of who you are. Amina's message is incredibly powerful: We are all beautiful just as we are.

This empowering picture book features colorful illustrations with a cast of kids with all kinds of experiences, backgrounds, and abilities. Its message of kindness, inclusivity, and self-celebration will resonate with kids and parents everywhere.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781338792409
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date: 03/04/2025
Pages: 40
Sales rank: 740,206
Product dimensions: 9.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

About the Author

Amina Mucciolo is an artist, writer, and advocate for self acceptance. Amina has been using their voice, art, and physical existence to spread color, kindness, and creativity across social media for the last decade. Their work has been used in everything from national award-winning advertising campaigns to product and brand collaborations with Fortune 500 companies. Amina has been featured in outlets such as the Today show, The AV Club, Buzzfeed, Insider, Apartment Therapy, NBC News, and Allure, just to name a few. They live to express themselves through their rainbow hair, playful fashion, and uplifting visual art. Amina is best described as a living, human rainbow. They are autistic and non-binary, and they use they/them pronouns.

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