Got this for my children who are 1/2 caucasian and 1/2 Asian Indian. There wasn't one Indian kid in the book!Published 4 days ago by frequent amazon buyer
My toddler loves looking at the faces in this book. He laughs and smiles and gives kisses to the people in the book. Plus it's an easy way to introduce a challenging topic. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rachel E.
I got this book for my great nieces and nephews. I want them to learn though we may look different, we all want the same things. Hopefully, love is number one.Published 2 months ago by jaylyn
...about differences AND similarities! Few words, with great real photographs. Just the other day my daughter said, "my skin is sort of peachy...." :)Published 7 months ago by molly moosman
I gave this book to my sister when she adopted a her son. I really liked the message. The book arrived quickly and in good shape too.Published 7 months ago by Maria Bettinson
i gave it to my grandson for xmas je loves it and the pictorial effects are great.highly reccommend. for a one year old...Published 9 months ago by Arthur Sylvester Jones
Books like this are such a good reference for parents. My 3 year old has recently started commenting on the variety of skin "shades" that the human race possesses. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Campbell
What a great book for diversity! As a kindergarten teacher I am always looking for good books. This one has such great descriptions of colors of skin. I recommend it.Published 9 months ago by Dee B.