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M is for Melanin: A Celebration of the Black Child

$14.99

$14.99

Be bold. Be fearless. BE YOU.

M is for Melanin is an empowering alphabet book that teaches kids their ABC and celebrates black children. Each letter of the alphabet contains affirming, black-positive messages, from E is for Empowerment, to L is for Lead to W is for Worthy. This joyful book, written and illustrated by Tiffany Rose, teaches children their ABC and encourages all kids to love the skin they're in.

M is for Melanin

shining in every inch of your skin.
Every shade, every hue.
All beautiful and unique.

Book Information

  • ISBN: 9781529062502
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pub Date: 09/12/2020
  • Category: Children's, Teenage & educational / Early learning: ABC books / alphabet books
    Children's, Teenage & educational / Picture storybooks
    Children's, Teenage & educational / Personal & social issues: self-awareness & self-esteem (Children's / Teenage)
    Junior Fiction / Kids Other
  • Imprint: Macmillan Children's Books
  • Pages: 40
  • Price: $14.99

Be bold. Be fearless. BE YOU.

M is for Melanin is an empowering alphabet book that teaches kids their ABC and celebrates black children. Each letter of the alphabet contains affirming, black-positive messages, from E is for Empowerment, to L is for Lead to W is for Worthy. This joyful book, written and illustrated by Tiffany Rose, teaches children their ABC and encourages all kids to love the skin they're in.

M is for Melanin

shining in every inch of your skin.
Every shade, every hue.
All beautiful and unique.

Author Information

Tiffany Rose is a left-handed illustrator and author. She is currently living and working in Georgia in the USA. She's a lover of coffee, wanderlust, massive curly Afros, and children being their imaginative, quirky, free selves. She is a full-time teacher, part-time author-illustrator, and world traveler. Rose remembers what it was like as a brown child not seeing herself reflected in the books and characters she loved so dearly and has been inspired to create art and meaningful stories so that underrepresented children can see themselves in books. Pencil in hand, she's changing that percentage one illustration at a time.