It may seem strange, but I think these times of racial unrest are a good opportunity for kids to read my book, Slime & All.


The book is about a giant, talking worm who needs a friend and a boy who helps him and makes more friends himself as a result.


Although the book doesn’t mention race at all, it’s about accepting others who are different. And the main human character in the book is African American like the illustrator, Alexander Morris, himself.


The book is suggested for kids from four to eight years old and would be useful for kids who are being home schooled.


It’s available on Amazon, through the publisher, Guardian Angel Publishing, and bookstores can order it through the distributor.

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