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Lesley A. Anderson Discusses Skin Color With BLACK AND WHITE MAKE GRAY... BUT I'M NOT AN ELEPHANT

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Author Lesley A. Anderson finds an entertaining tool to provide children a better understanding and wisdom about their skin color through her book, Black and White Make Gray... But I'm Not an Elephant. While children could be very inquisitive about the origin of their skin color-some of them would ask more questions; especially, when they do not resemble their parents' skin-this book can be the best way to explain to them the situation.

This charming book combines creative school activity, parent-child bonding, and self discovery together to create an opportunity for young readers to explore themselves and their skin color. Here, they will find the story of Lesley, who is excited to share with her mother that she had fun playing with paint and mixing different colors at school. She reveals her excitement when she discovers a new color from combining two different ones. However, when she combined black and white, she made gray. This discovery begins to stir her mind and asks many questions to her mother about her own skin color. Will her mother be able to give her an explanation that will enlighten her?

Educational, entertaining, lesson-filled, and vibrantly illustrated, this book is truly an endearing piece that will inspire children to explore themselves and understand their skin color better. It is also a good teaching tool and an ideal parent-child bonding instrument.

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Lesley A. Anderson is a life-long educator and an aspiring writer. Born in Oakland, California, and raised in the Los Angeles area, Lesley is a Raider fan at heart. Lesley graduated from California State University Long Beach with a Liberal Studies Degree with the emphasis in Speech Communication and earned her Masters Degree in Administration from Pepperdine University. Lesley's been married for over thirteen years and is the proud parent of two beautiful girls. She still resides in the Los Angeles area and works as an Assistant Principal at a local middle school. With the publication of her first children's story, Black and White Make Gray... But I'm Not An Elephant, Lesley plans on writing numerous children's stories and books relating to issues of race and identity.

Black and White Make Gray... But I'm Not An Elephant
by Lesley A. Anderson
Publication Date: November 16, 2012
Picture Book; $17.49; 32 pages; 978-1-4771-5425-0
Picture Book Hardcover; $24.99; 32 pages; 978-1-4771-5426-7
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-47715-427-4

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