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User Review  - jwesley - LibraryThing

Chocolate Me delves into the life of a little boy who is criticized for his appearance. He learns to accept himself with his mother's assistance. This book teaches children of all walks of life to love the skin that they're in and to understand that everyone's different. Read full review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - debnance - LibraryThing

Our main character in this story wants to be like his friends; he hates being dark skinned and having poofy hair and having a wide nose and having an unusual name and bright white teeth. His mom ... Read full review

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  - Stephen Krawec - Goodreads

(Book #7 of Text Set) Chocolate Me! is a semi-autobiographical story by Taye Diggs about a little African-American boy growing up in a neighborhood that is made up predominantly of white children. The ... Read full review

Review: Chocolate Me!

User Review  - Bill Hawthorne - Goodreads

Text Set 6: Chocolate Me! By Taye Diggs illustrated by Shane W. Evans is a semi-autobiographical story about a little black boy surrounded in his neighborhood by white children. The white kids are ... Read full review

Review: Chocolate Me!

User Review  - Katherine Butrum - Goodreads

I know it's naive to think that a little child would grow up in this free country without disliking himself. This book really addresses what even small children can go through. I love it. It is ... Read full review

Review: Chocolate Me!

User Review  - Scooping it Up - Goodreads

This is a tough book. I know why people don't like it: it is really hard to read out loud. I found myself editing a little bit of it, it was so harsh. In it a little "chocolate" boy is sometimes ... 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

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

Review: Chocolate Me!

User Review  - Jazmine Shoup - Goodreads

Chocolate Me! by Taye Diggs and illustrated by Shane W. Evans is a wonderful children's story that teaches children to embrace diversity and the personal differences that make them unique. The story ... Read full review


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