The Boy in the Chameleon Mask

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Partridge Publishing Singapore, Jan 23, 2015 - Fiction - 46 pages
The Boy in the Chameleon Mask In a town called Roya lived the boy in the chameleon mask Everyone said that he was different Specially odd and oddly special

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A rare gem that I came across when finding a book for my son for Christmas. Professionally written and coupled with heartfelt messages about how a young boy naively though wearing a chameleon mask would help him 'blend in' his community, a must read!

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Wonderful book! Beautiful illustrations and very interesting story.

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About the author (2015)

Cherry Wu is a high school student with a devoted passion for racial and gender equality, who wish to express her thoughts through art, the universal language. She was born in Taipei, Taiwan, and lives in Hong Kong, with her family of five. This is her first storybook, and she hopes to raise awareness and promote the beauty of cultural diversity.

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