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Review: Chocolate Me!

User Review  - Carolyn - Goodreads

I loved this book because of the subtle reference to the boy's moms. We need more books for the elementary set that incorporate alternative family lifestyles without making it the theme of the book. I ... Read full review

Review: Chocolate Me!

User Review  - Ayesha - Goodreads

This book has a cute title and colorful pages, but it is not appropriate for certain younger audiences. As an African-American woman, I found the language to be too harsh for reading aloud at an ... Read full review

Review: Chocolate Me!

User Review  - Kristi Bernard - Goodreads

What if you had skin like velvet fudge frosting, hair soft like cotton candy, and a smile so white it could make your mother cry? Well, that would make you a very unique, wonderful and interesting ... Read full review

Review: Chocolate Me!

User Review  - Doc-mok - Goodreads

I feel very mixed about this book. I really liked the illustrations and that the author and illustrator wanted to address such an important topic. But I can also see how it would be a difficult "first ... Read full review

Review: Chocolate Me!

User Review  - Whitney Rachel - Goodreads

this is perfect. Read full review

Review: Chocolate Me!

User Review  - Samantha - Goodreads

Text-to-Self Connection: When I was younger, I rode the bus to school every day. I went to a private school but rode a bus with mostly public school kids on it. I had to wear a uniform and sit in a ... Read full review

Review: Chocolate Me!

User Review  - Emelda - Goodreads

I am literally giving this book 4 stars because of all the self-righteous white women claiming it's racist. You don't get to decide what's racist, folks. That being said, I hate comparing skin colors ... Read full review

Review: Chocolate Me!

User Review  - Arissa - Goodreads

A boy is teased for looking different. He longs to fit in and look like his peers but brings the issue to his mother, she explains to him "Its perfect!" Everything thing that he is, is perfect no ... Read full review

Review: Chocolate Me!

User Review  - Stacy - Goodreads

This is a great book for children ages 4 to 10. It is a inspirational realistic fiction story. It is great for teaching kids that it is ok to be yourself. It discusses the issue of teasing and how to ... Read full review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - Sullywriter - LibraryThing

Good story about learning to love yourself. If I were chocolate, I believe I would eat myself. Read full review


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