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The Skin I M In

Author : Sharon Flake
ISBN : 9781423132516
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Maleeka suffers every day from the taunts of the other kids in her class. If they're not getting at her about her homemade clothes or her good grades, it's about her dark, black skin. When a new teacher, whose face is blotched with a startling white patch, starts at their school, Maleeka can see there is bound to be trouble for her too. But the new teacher's attitude surprises Maleeka. Miss Saunders loves the skin she's in. Can Maleeka learn to do the same?

The Skin I M In

Author : Sharon G. Flake
ISBN : 0786804440
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Thirteen-year-old Maleeka, uncomfortable because her skin is extremely dark, meets a new teacher with a birthmark on her face and makes some discoveries about how to love who she is and what she looks like.

The Skin I M In

Author : Jenelle
ISBN : 9781438920436
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Asia Asia had always wanted to travel. She figured she could kill two birds with one stone by becoming a flight attendant. Even when she became pregnant, she didn't let that alter her plans. She had been looking forward to becoming a mother. Right up to the moment the doctor said, "congratulations...it's a girl." Asia couldn't have been more disappointed. She adored her cousin Lonnie's little boy and couldn't wait to have one of her own. But God had chosen to curse her with a daughter instead. As far as Asia was concerned, that was the beginning of the end. Imani Imani didn't know who was more excited, her or her children. They could hardly wait to get to Aunt Lonnie's house for the party. It had been so long since the whole family had gotten together. Imani couldn't wait to see everyone. Well, everyone except her mother. She and her mother Asia had never gotten along. The woman never had anything nice to say to her. After twenty-nine years Imani had learned to accept things for what they were. But now Asia was doing the same thing to Imani's daughter Bidjan. And she would be damned if she would allow her mother to hurt her daughter the way she had hurt her. Lonnie Lonnie loved to entertain. Her grandson's birthday was the perfect reason to have a party. She smiled to herself, thinking that today was going to be a good day. She intended to hold on to that thought and ignore the nagging feeling in the back of her mind that something bad was about to happen. Lonnie loved her family. But like all families, they had their share of issues. And Lonnie knew the shit was going to hit the fan soon. She just prayed it would not be today.

The Skin I M In

Author : Pat Thomas
ISBN : 0764124595
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Educates readers about racism and the negative effects it has on humanity by giving examples of racist behavior and teaching about the acceptance of different cultures and lifestyles.

I Love The Skin I M In

Author : Mayma Raphael
ISBN : 0615568653
Genre : Difference (Psychology)
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Ruby, a curious little girl, engages the reader in a wonderful dialog with her mother. I Love the Skin I'm In!, uniquely expresses rhythmic responses to curious questions about skin color. The book creates a beautiful rainbow of harmonious expressions of tolerance, self acceptance and love of oneself. It is a simplified way of explaining to children that regardless of skin color we are more alike than we are different.

The Skin I M In

Author : Natalie K. Carricarte
ISBN : 0615362389
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A First Look At Racism

Author : Pat Thomas
ISBN : 0750242604
Genre : Discrimination
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Aimed at children aged 5-7, this book looks at the difficult issue of racism and suggests ways in which children can cope with racism. It spells out in simple terms why people may feel threatened by racial differences, what it feels like to be bullied because your skin is a different colour and why it hurts everyone to judge people by their skin or culture. It is designed to encourage positive acceptance and openness about differences and to suggest ways for children to celebrate their own cultural heritage without belittling someone else's.

The Skin I M In

Author : Karen McConnell
ISBN : 9781481731058
Genre : Social Science
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The Skin I'm In explores the importance of having skin covering while encouraging children to notice the similarities as well as the differences in skin tone and texture as a person ages, gains or losses weight, gets hot or cold, etc. It then asks the reader to draw a picture of himself/herself and explain how they view the importance of their skin. This book does not serve as a science book therefore it doesn't offer an in-depth view of the purposes. It only serves to stimulate the reader's interest in a subject generally taken for granted.

Revealing The Skin I M In

Author : Dr Sanjay Parashar
ISBN : 9781482813296
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Being in the field of medicine and plastic surgery, I have realised just having knowledge and skills are not enough to be a successful plastic surgeon; you need to be a general surgeon, a doctor, and most importantly, a compassionate human being to be successful. You also need to be a good administrator, leader, businessman, and politician. You need to be a good teacher to continue the legacy. This is what I am striving to accomplish. My wish is that I will be able to follow my profession with dignity, sincerity, ethically and legally, and to teach the youngsters to do the same. This book is about a great discipline that is called plastic surgery. It is an intensely personal subject that causes a great deal of debate, often very emotional. More than any other branch of medicine, it is also surrounded by a dense, almost impenetrable fog of rumor, myths, and misconceptions. This book will educate you to understand what goes behind the scene. Not only that, but everything you need to know about the plastic and cosmetic surgery from choosing the right surgeon to avoiding disasters and getting the treatment you really need is here in the book.

The Skin I M In

Author : Christopher Michael Spence
ISBN : 185649960X
Genre : Social Science
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This book discusses the role that sport participation plays in the lives of black male high school students. As a former professional athlete himself, the author brings a first-hand personal quality to this study. As an educator he strives to counteract the problems associated with students who place sports participation ahead of academic achievement. Christopher M. Spence also encourages educators to fight against inequality and racism in mainstream education and for all of us to fight injustices in society.

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