I would like to take a moment and introduce you all to Apricot Brown, Miss Undefinable written by Dana Drucker-Solano, recommended for those 7 and up! Here is the dedication that is really nice:
“Some things are destined to happen,
Like the magical moment you fall in love
with all the things that make you so different.
In an instant you are free…free to dance between the lines
where cultures collide
and energy transforms
to the beat you’re feeling inside”
The book starts the first day of school back after summer vacation. Apricot wants to know who she should be, and decides Un-definably me! This book describes the different races in our culture and Apricot Brown
embraces them all. She looks at everybody the same and although she dresses different, or skin color is different, first she is herself without pressure to be what others want her to be and instead she inspires
other kids to be acceptable.
This book brings to light to your children the problem of racism in a nice manner and lets ALL know they are each special but they should all look at each other without judgement! I just love this nice book and will save it to share with my grandchildren some day! In the mean time I will tuck this book away to be sure to have it!
The marketing company for the book contacted me and asked me to do their review and giveaway. There are 2 prizes available. First is the nice basket above in the picture with the book in there, and next is a copy of this awesome children’s book. You are gonna love this Mom’s! Check it out. Also check out the fun website for the kids Apricotbrown.com
If you want to go online and purchase this book on Amazon, there is a 10% disc code:AB11AB11