About There Is A Rainbow In Everyone
This story is about a young girl named Nala who will be attending her first day at kindergarten. Nala is somewhat uncertain because she had recently moved to America and feared her cultural differences would not be accepted by her fellow classmates. Her mom however, had always taught her that people are like rainbows. In a rainbow, the colors blend. The moral of the story is, if we learn to embrace our differences in our races and cultures, life could be a as beautiful as a rainbow.
"Every child needs this book!"
Reviewed in the United States on June 5, 2021
This book was an amazing read. The story was so very near and dear to my heart. As a mother and Grandmother I have had to tackle this issue many times. The way the writer turned the sensitive situation into a positive was sheer brilliance. The illustrations and colors chosen really captured the story being told. The editing and flow of story kept my interest. I easily recommend this book!!!
"This book can make a big difference for children"
Reviewed in the United States on June 29, 2021
This book is well needed in today's society. As a life coach I know how imperative it is to help children grow their self confidence, feel like they belong and most importantly learn that no matter what color the rainbow brings we all have something special inside of us. I think this could help to change the world!
"A Wonderful Book To Teach Children About Embracing Different Cultures"
Reviewed in the United States on July 12, 2021
There is a rainbow in everyone is a story of a child who faces fear of not being accepted. This story celebrates the importance of sharing your culture to others. It is illustrated with vibrant colors and it depicts a real life situation of a family who has recently moved to the U. S. Nala might look different but she shared a cultural dance and the children celebrated it. Families can use this story to bring awareness of other cultures and their uniqueness. This was a delightful book to read!!
- Latonia Weathers