Sam and the Incredible African and American Food Fight
“Six-year-old Sam, with his Liberian dad and African American mom, finds a way to bring everyone in his cross-cultural family together at the dinner table.
“Caught in the middle of his family’s African and American food fight, Sam gets a little help from his grumbling stomach—and readers of this seriously funny book get a peek at cultures colliding in a family kitchen that work out in a very delicious way. Charly Palmer’s vibrant illustrations make this gentle lesson in getting along a visual feast as well.”
The Girl I Am, Was, and Never Will Be
“Talking with Shannon Gibney”
Where We Come From
“In this unique collaboration, four authors lyrically explore where they each come from—literally and metaphorically—as well as what unites all of us as humans.
“Richly layered illustrations connect past and present, making for an accessible and visually striking look at history, family, and identity.
“We come from stardust / our bodies made of ancient elements. / We come from single cells / evolving over billions of years. / We come from place, language, and spirit. / And each of us comes from story.”
What God Is Honored Here
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See No Color
Working Toward Racial Equity in First-Year Composition