You Are Not Alone

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Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.73
Publisher
Sourcebooks Explore
Publish Date
Pages
56
Dimensions
9.0 X 10.1 X 0.6 inches | 1.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781728240282

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About the Author

Alphabet Rockers make music that makes change. Led by Kaitlin McGaw and Tommy Shepherd, they create brave spaces to shape a more equitable world through hip hop, as Two-time GRAMMY-nominees, Othering & Belonging Institute Fellows and industry leaders for change. They work in partnership with community to create media that reflects the culture of belonging we want to see in the world. Reaching over 3M families since 2007, Alphabet Rockers inspire American kids and families to stand up to hate and be their brave and beautiful selves.

Ashley Evans loves creating colorful, fun, and dynamic images. Born and raised in Queens, NY, she now lives in Charlotte, NC, with her boyfriend and their daughter. When she's not creating art, you can find Evans decorating cakes, enjoying her family, or catching a much needed nap!

Reviews

"Grammy nominees the Alphabet Rockers offer a lyrical exploration of solidarity. The book begins by following a short-haired Black child... [who] invites readers to get to know them, highlighting using one's voice to both speak one's truth and amplify others'. Subsequent pages explore other frequently marginalized experiences from the first-person perspective, as Evans's warm digital art portrays bright, inclusive spreads... earnest advocacy and heartening message." -- Publishers Weekly
"Exuberantly affirming and infectiously joyful." -- Kirkus
"...a diverse group of kids showcasing their experiences and the need for everyone to listen and raise their voices in protest or support." -- Booklist
"This title... strives to convey to the reader to love yourself, appreciate who you are, be proud, and to find your own voice. The simplistic, relatable text can lead to discussions about topics such as differences, race, and gender identity." -- School Library Connection