This empowering board book inspires young readers to use their own special voice to make a difference in the world.
If you want to make a difference, but you don’t know where to start Begin by searching way deep down to find what’s in your heart
Whether your voice shines through singing, drawing, or dancing—whether it’s soft or loud, kind or proud—everyone has a voice that can effect change. This empowering and heartfelt message is conveyed through beautiful, lyrical rhyme that will encourage even the youngest readers to think about what’s important to them.
Temi Adamolekun is from Nigeria, grew up in England, and now lives in San Francisco with her husband and son. Temi runs her own communications agency and is an active and vocal member of her community. She has written essays on topics such as anti-racist parenting and the importance of Black protagonists in children’s books. She is an avid reader who has dreamed of writing books for children for a long time, and she is delighted to have made that dream come true.
Keisha Okafor is a Nigerian American illustrator whose work depicts joy and celebrates people. In her personal time, you can find Keisha maintaining her Animal Crossing island or belting her favorite Spice Girls tracks. Keisha captures the vibrancy of everyday moments in her bold, texture-rich designs that celebrate her heritage and community.
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