Light Skin, Dark Skin by Quill Reed is a endearing story of self-acceptance for brown children. The new author narrates a book of rhyming poems that tells of God’s unique creation in the making of people of all different ethnicity, colors and sizes.  My 6-year-old is a new reader and found the book an easy read and interesting story.  The pages are pushed forward by simple, but beautiful illustrations.  Quill has bless BrownMamas.com readers with an opportunity to win a book through the giveaway below.  Here are some pics of my kiddo enjoying Light Skin, Dark Skin. Enter below to get your copy of Light Skin, Dark Skin by Quill Reed.

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Cynthia Mendoza

Hello. Welcome to BrownMamas.com a blog for Black moms looking to thrive while raising kids in this hectic world and the headquarters for Pittsburgh Brown Mamas, a Pittsburgh support group for Black moms. Here I write about raising my three boys, living in and loving Pittsburgh, dating my husband, gardening and all kinds of other stuff. Thanks for visiting. Stay long & come often!

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