Being biracial or just different is common among everyone.
This book is the first in a series of “self-help” books designed for children with common experiences. “Brown and White” presents a story taking into account the kinds of emotional and social considerations often associated with the cultural identity and inter-racial interaction. The narrator ponders the notion of being “different,” largely by seeking to characterize herself, her parents, and “friends.” Imparting messages relating to diversity and friendship, the text provides a possible resource for a parent, teacher, or other adult who might wish to introduce a similar idea.
I am a teacher and student of life. I continue to learn new things each day, and am always reminded of the importance of loving myself in the process.