Friendship Has No Color (Hardcover)
This journey shows the true meaning of, friendship has no color. Max, being the new kid at school, is made fun of because his appearance is different. His friends Emily, Timothy and Billy defend him but unfortunately their efforts fall short in convincing the other kids to play a game of soccer with them. This all changes when ... the Warrior of Good Values appears Would it be enough support, to convince the other kids that they were wrong?
Being uniquely different and embracing each other's differences, help us understand that even though we may look different on the outside, we are all the same on the inside.
This powerful yet child friendly story of racism poses to be a great learning tool for black kids to build their self-esteem. It would initiate conversations between children, parents and teachers to cultivate a clearer understanding on the topic of racism.
Readers Favorite Reviews
" ...Christopher Gordon's picture book story, Friendship Has No Color, has a positive, valuable lesson on morals and acceptance..."**** Emily-Jane H.O.
" ...Christopher Gordon's Friendship Has No Color is a thought provoking and well-written story that will get children to realize the things which make us different make us better..."***** Jack M.
" ...A subtle reminder for parents reading with their children that racism doesn't belong in schools or playgrounds. Teachers will like how the interesting story will evoke discussion..."***** Barbara F.