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Hamanaka, Sheila.
New York : Scholastic, 1994.
IL K-3, RL 3.1
ISBN 0439202213
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"Children come in all colors of love" is the theme of this wonderfully illustrated book about the beauty of a multicultural world. Each page describes a different  childs skin color using brilliant metaphors like "pinks of tiny seashells", "honey of bees" and "dark as leoapard spots". The colorful illustratons compliment the text and is a great way to introduce young children to the concept that everyone, every color is indeed beautiful.  (Samantha Eckard, ed student)
SUBJECTS:     Brotherliness -- Fiction.
                        Stories in rhyme.

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