Summary: The biracial child fondly recalls growing up with her mother and her father’s mother, two very different women.
What I love about this book is the true representation of diversity and what it means to be the product of mixed heritage. In the book, the main character spends time with both sides of the family. She compares her mother to her grandmother noting their likeness and differences.
It is rich with cultural history and is perfect for history lessons in school. The illustrations are amazing. The rich vibrant colors dance on the pages. The mention of the foods and the art will be of interest to all students. This is a great book. I am glad I found it.