Tiffany Jewell is a biracial writer and Montessori educator. She spends her time baking bread, building LEGOS, watching British detective shows, and dreaming up how she can dismantle white supremacy. She lives in Western Massachusetts with her two sons, her husband, and a turtle shes had since she was nine. This is her first book for children and young adults. Find her on instagram: @tiffanymjewell Aurelia Durand is a French illustrator based in Paris. Her work is dedicated to representing people of colour in society, and she uses bold art as a vivid demonstration. "I use vibrant colours and joyful music to spread good vibes to talk about diversity and open a conversation about why it matters to include more colour in our society." She wants to create more nuanced illustrative stories by portraying women of colour standing proudly and fiercely. Her work has been featured in advertising campaigns, galleries, and editorial magazines. Her clients include Apple, Refinery29, and Tinder. She shares her work online on different platforms, mainly Instagram, where she posts daily illustrations, live paintings, and animations. Find her on Instagram: @4ur3lia.
'A useful tool for discussing racism with children ages 5 to 15.'
-- The Telegraph
'An excellent start for educating children on what racism is and how to go about becoming anti-racist.' -- Grazia
'Reveals the origins of racism that we are still experiencing and give you the courage and power to undo it.' -- Express
'This is one for you, your neighbour, the children in your lives and especially that "only slightly" racist colleague.' -- The Guardian
'A bright, creative book that explores race, ethnicity and racism. Children will learn how to form opinions and understand why prejudice is personal.' -- Natasha Harding * The Sun *
'Anti-racism is for everyone. Let's have the conversation with all our children' -- BookTrust
'Just what we need in this radicalized and strife-ridden world. Buy copies for your school - you won't regret it!' -- LoveReading