Chocolate Mixer

Chocolate Mixer

by Jason Armstrong

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Overview

While making her favorite snack with her Daddy, little Sofia makes an amazing discovery about herself! Her realizationchanges the way she sees this colorful world. Filled with wonder and questions,Sofia journeys into a world that isn't just black or white, but a beautifulrainbow of colors. This book is the story of a little girl learning that she is Multiracial. “Chocolate Mixer” addresses the common questions our children may ask about a world filled with different cultures, skin-colors and waysof life, and how even our own parents can look so different from one another.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781943274918
Publisher: Waldorf Publishing
Publication date: 11/01/2015
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 4 - 6 Years

About the Author

Jason Armstrong was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. After living there all his life, he decided to pursue his dream of opening hisown wellness center, which led to him moving to Italy. While living in Italywith his two children, his love for writing, which had been dormant forsometime, resurfaced when his daughter innocently had an epiphany over somechocolate milk.

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BookwormforKids More than 1 year ago
Anyone who's been paying a little attention to the literary world this last year might have noticed the call out for diverse books. There's so little literature about different races and cultures out there, and so I was happy to get a hold of this one. And what a lovely book it is! Sofia, like many children these days, comes from mixed heritages, and what better way to describe this than like a mixed chocolate drink - things mixed together and be oh so good! I enjoyed the way this book approaches a sometimes difficult topic for kids to understand and makes it clear how it only expands on the wonder of life. The illustrations are vibrant and add to the story nicely, while the writing itself is very easy even for the youngest kids to understand. By pulling in the special relationship between family and friends, children can easily sympathize with what's being said and will be able to relate it with their own families and surroundings. I especially enjoyed the rainbow idea--how the multiracial and mixture of cultures reaches into all corners of the family. My own children used this as a chance to talk about our family members, and they were happy to discover mixtures of their own. I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.