A Kids Book About Racism



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For Ages 5+

A clear explanation of what racism is and how to know when you see it.

Yes, this really is a kids book about racism. Inside, you’ll find a clear description of what racism is, how it makes people feel when they experience it, and how to spot it when it happens.

This is one conversation that’s never too early to start, and this book was written to be an introduction for kids on the topic.

Jelani Memory is an African American entrepreneur, thinker, and constant learner. He lives in Portland OR, with his wife and six kids. He still wants to be an artist when he grows up.

Hardback Size: 8in. x 10in.
ISBN: 978-1-951253-00-4
Printed in the USA

eBook Format: EPUB
eBook ISBN: 978-1-951253-06-6
eBook Compatibility: iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices

64 Pages

Copyright 2019
Designed in Portland, Oregon

Customer Reviews

Based on 1216 reviews
Marquel A.

A Kids Book About Racism

Gina W.

A Kids Book About Racism

Wendy F.
Excellent book

This book (as well as the entire series) explains tough topics in ways kids can grasp and appreciate. It is essential reading in today’s society, much needed to create a more harmonious, inclusive, and understanding society. I applaud the writers and I am proud to share this book in my Free Little Library offerings.

Kelly C.
A kids book about racism

Fantastic! Simple, straightforward, and answers the questions kids would ask if they could. I bought this for parents to check out from my school counselor room.

Chelsey L.
Well written and thought provoking.

I think it’s well written, I teach 2nd grade. It’s easy enough to read that most of them will be able to read it independently with assistance on a few words. It can be read to younger aged children. Whatever age reads it, the adult needs to put in a great deal of preparation of vocabulary and answers to questions they will have. I’m thinking I would give them time to write down questions that they have. With a room full of students, it will be hard to get all of them. I have a colleague or two that will think that discussing this will put it in the kids’ minds to use it to acuse others of being racist for everyone. I think that goes into how you approach the subject and how you leave it when you wrap up the discussion.

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