In this engaging, multicultural series, see, feel and explore the world Illustrated by Laura Freeman
of irresistible youngsters from different cultural backgrounds as they
share people, places and things that are important to them.
Friends can be our next door neighbors, classmates, or someone new
in the community. They can be introduced to us through books, social
gatherings or by other friends. A friend is a person whose company we
enjoy. Read along and recognize Friends I Love to Keep!
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About the Author
Margot Lee Shetterly grew up in Hampton, Virginia, where she knew many of the women in her book Hidden Figures. She is an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Fellow and the recipient of a Virginia Foundation for the Humanities grant for her research on women in computing. She lives in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Friends I Love to Keep, by Wade Hudson and also illustrated by Freeman, publishes simultaneously (with Sights I Love to See)a and epicts an energetic black girl in a comfortable, middle-class setting with a multiracial group of friends.
A bright and bubbly outing with an infectiously cheerful protagonist. (Picture book. 3-5)