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All Mixed Up! (Amy Hodgepodge, No. 1) Paperback – May 29, 2008
"Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress"
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About the Author
Kevin Knotts is an actor and writer. In addition to guest starring on and writing for My Wife and Kids, Kevin has penned three screenplays, one with his wife and writing partner, Kim Wayans. They live in Los Angeles, California.
Soo Jeong lives in Los Angeles, California.
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Wayans and Knotts have done a great job of introducing young readers about the different cultures and backgrounds that we all come from. This delightful story of change, friendship and embracing our differences is a wonderful tool that can be used by parents and teachers.
On top of all that, the books do a good job of exploring the ways in which kids can cope with feeling different, not just in their ethnic/racial backgrounds, but in basic family culture, choices and socialization(for example, Amy is homeschooled until 4th grade; her family members tend towards intellectual pursuits; she is an only child who lives with her parents and maternal grandparents; she is part Korean/Japanese/African American/white).
We are glad there are six in the series, as my daughter is flying through them.