Written in rhyme this is an engaging story about a little girl enjoying activities with her Black mother and White father. A good read-aloud for all children.
“Mama’s face is chestnut brown . . . Papa’s face turns pink in the sun . . . My face? I look like both of them. A little dark a little light. Mama and Papa say ‘Just right!'” This simple story celebrates how the differences between one mother and father blend to make the perfect combination in their daughter.” – publisher
Full-color illustrations. Author – Marquerite W. Davol. Illustrator – Irene Trivas.