Little Mixie wonders why everyone wants to know WHAT she is. Isn't it obvious? She is clearly a human being. And anyway, isn't WHO she is what matters most? Coming from a family with a black dad and a white mom makes her extra special, and maybe a little different too. But different is good. Mixie embraces her uniqueness and determines to be the best "Me" she can be.
Paperback, 34 pages
Published on April 11, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN-10: 1481899023
ISBN-13: 9781481899024
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  • ashcat9
    ashcat9Monday, November 13, 2017 at 12:44 pm55 starsFeatured
    (Mom's Review) I loved this book. I met the author at the Orange County Children’s Book Festival and loved that I found a perfect children’s book about me, “Mixed Me.” I am part Japanese, Black, White, and Native American. So I grew up hearing the question, “What are You?” My response usually was “I am a girl, what are you?” The book is so well written and has a beautiful message for all young children of mixed heritage. It was a book that I could share with my 10 year old daughter and 7 year old son, who are even more mixed than me. I also love that the illustrator is a young artist also of mixed heritage. Definitely a great book that would be a great addition to any elementary school library!

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