Am I a Color Too?

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Illumination Arts Pub. Co., 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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In this masterfully illustrated book, a young boy wonders why people focus more on skin color than on the traits and values we all share as human beings. Through his eyes, we explore the common labels of Black and White. The inspiration for Tyler's poem came when he was three. Hearing people referred to as certain colors, he asked his grandma the stirring question, ?Am I a color?? Tyler's innocent observations remind and inspire us to treasure every person, regardless of outward appearances? a universal message that touches readers of all ages.
 

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User Review  - CatherineWillett - LibraryThing

“Am I a Color Too?” was a powerful nonfiction poetry book describing the feelings of a mixed child. He asks if he is a color too, and if so what color? How the story was written was the best part of ... Read full review

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This book is about racial issues. Very eye opening.

About the author (2005)

Heidi Cole is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Hollywood. An actor and writer, she has just completed her fi rst screenplay and has several childrens books in the works.Despite her own accomplishments, Heidi is most proud of her multi-talented son, Tyler, and how they have survived and thrived as a single mom and son.Nancy Vogl, Tylers proud grandma, is a motivational speaker. Her 2005 book, Chicken Soup for the Single Parents Soul, includes inspiring stories about both Heidi and Tyler, Its Never Too Late to Pursue a Dream and Divine Order. Also the author of Why Grandpa Rides a Harley, Nancy lives in beautiful northern Michigan. The authors can be contacted at www.nancyvogl.com.

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