(Delightful, Rhyming Bedtime Story/Picture Book About Appreciating Differences, for Beginner Readers, Ages 2-8)
Being a child of color, specifically the color of cinnamon, Kimberly is left out of many activities by her classmates. When her teacher notices this, she uses the metaphor of the many flavors of ice cream to explain that we may all be different on the outside but are made of the same ingredient on the inside – sweetness. After discovering that they all had differences – red hair, freckles, glasses, blue eyes, and skin color, the students decide to appreciate their differences as well as their sameness, adding that “sweetness, goodness, and kindness are better seen when we practice color blindness.”
All in rhyme with 25 delightful illustrations.
Be sure to take a peek at Allison Rose with Her Dancing Toes, another charming, rhyming book by Sally Huss.
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“Bright and happy,” “light and whimsical” have been the catch phrases attached to the writing and art of Sally Huss for over 30 years. Sweet images dance across all of Sally’s creations, whether in the form of children’s books, paintings, wallpaper, ceramics, baby bibs, purses, clothing, or her King Features Syndicated newspaper panel “Happy Musings.”
Sally is a graduate of USC with a degree in Fine Art and through the years, has had 26 of her own licensed art galleries throughout the world.