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A Look Inside Chocolate Me!
“With its universal themes of wanting to fit in, self-acceptance, and self-esteem, this read-aloud offering is sure to strike a chord with many young readers/listeners, and on a variety of subjects, not just race.” ―School Library Journal
“Taye Diggs can act and sing, and now he proves he can write. With Chocolate Me!, the affable Diggs makes an assured foray into the children's book category. Lavishly illustrated by Shane W. Evans, Chocolate embraces a difficult topic with wide arms: colorism.” ―Essence
“Actor Diggs, making his children's book debut, gives an unvarnished take on the emotional impact of taunting that cuts to the core of one's identity… Evans makes the hero's journey to confidence irresistible, with bighearted, stylized pictures that draw on the emotionally exuberant vocabulary of street art and anime.” ―Publishers Weekly
Awesome book! My son loved it and I was so happy to see it filled with little kids that looked like him!Published 24 days ago by Maria
DO NOT BUY ....This book was a waste of money. Honestly I thought the idea of reading this to my dark skinned son that it would be more empowering. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Carlos
As the mother of two boys, I want my kids to understand and be sympathetic to how it feels to be teased for just being "you. Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Rinker
If you feel uncomfortable reading the words, stop and think about how little kids feel hearing them, or where it is that little white kids learn them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by JB