Black, White, Just Right
"Mama's face is chestnut brown . . . Papa's face turns pink in the sun . . . My face? I look like both of them. A little dark, a little light. Mama and Papa say, 'Just right!'" This simple story celebrates how the differences between one mother and father blend to make the perfect combination in their daughter. Full-color illustrations.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - jthuro1 - LibraryThing
This is a great book. The main idea of the book is that our differences and unique qualities are what make us "just right". This book goes beyond stereotypes and explores an interracial family. Each person has their own unique qualities, habits, and interests, and area united by love. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - cmbeck - LibraryThing
Two parents of different backgrounds create a beautiful little girl. She explains how her parents are different in all they like and do. She too is different but just right. Ages 4 and up barnes and noble.com Read full review