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Colourful greeting cards for a colourful world. My work in progress, I illustrate, #design and publish #art which is cultural diverse, representing the world around me. www.nyhagraphics.etsy.com #mypassion #creative #creativeentrepreneur #creativebiz #biracial #multicultural #mixedrace #diversity #forkids #flipagram #birthday #beliveinyourself #success #smile #dowhatyoulove #birthdaycards #party #greetingcards #happyday #joy #diverse

Colourful greeting cards for a colourful world. My work in progress, I illustrate, #design and publish #art which is cultural diverse, representing the world around me. www.nyhagraphics.etsy.com #mypassion #creative #creativeentrepreneur #creativebiz #biracial #multicultural #mixedrace #diversity #forkids #flipagram #birthday #beliveinyourself #success #smile #dowhatyoulove #birthdaycards #party #greetingcards #happyday #joy #diverse

Colourful greeting cards for a colourful world - Nyha Cards more info on my blog http://nyhagraphics.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/nyha-cards-is-celebrating.html #greetingcards #illustrator #multicultural #smallbiz #artist #selfpublishing #biracial #mixedrace #cute #mission #quote

Colourful greeting cards for a colourful world - Nyha Cards more info on my blog http://nyhagraphics.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/nyha-cards-is-celebrating.html #greetingcards #illustrator #multicultural #smallbiz #artist #selfpublishing #biracial #mixedrace #cute #mission #quote

african american books for children | African American Childrens Books (baby babies and toddlers)

african american books for children | African American Childrens Books (baby babies and toddlers)

Amazon.com: The Red Pencil by Andrea Davis Pinkney, Shane Evans: Books  Recommended age: 9+  Finally, Amira is twelve. Old enough to wear a toob, old enough for new responsibilities. And maybe old enough to go to school in Nyala-- Amira's one true dream.

Amazon.com: The Red Pencil by Andrea Davis Pinkney, Shane Evans: Books Recommended age: 9+ Finally, Amira is twelve. Old enough to wear a toob, old enough for new responsibilities. And maybe old enough to go to school in Nyala-- Amira's one true dream.

ELLRAY JAKES IS NOT A CHICKEN shows what life is really like for kids, especially on the playground and when parents aren't watching. Excellent chapter book series with African American protagonist. Full review at www.ChapterBookChat.wordpress.com.

ELLRAY JAKES IS NOT A CHICKEN shows what life is really like for kids, especially on the playground and when parents aren't watching. Excellent chapter book series with African American protagonist. Full review at www.ChapterBookChat.wordpress.com.

Sophia tries varied techniques to get the giraffe she wants more than anything in this playfully illustrated story about the nuances of...

Sophia tries varied techniques to get the giraffe she wants more than anything in this playfully illustrated story about the nuances of...

Lola Plants a Garden by Anna McQuinn and illustrated by Rosalind Beardshaw Lola, Lola, how does your garden grow? With silver bells, and sunflowers, and all your friends at a storytime among the flowers!

Lola Plants a Garden by Anna McQuinn and illustrated by Rosalind Beardshaw Lola, Lola, how does your garden grow? With silver bells, and sunflowers, and all your friends at a storytime among the flowers!

"A Song for Jamela" by Niki Daly. The only Jamela title I'm not a big fan of. The African version of American Idol is on TV, and Jamela gets to meet her favorite contestant. All does not go well. As always, the characters and illustrations are great and the story draws you in.  However, the plot turns on a piece of cheerful dishonesty approved by all the characters. Not a message we'd want our younger kids to take in, at least without some discussion.

"A Song for Jamela" by Niki Daly. The only Jamela title I'm not a big fan of. The African version of American Idol is on TV, and Jamela gets to meet her favorite contestant. All does not go well. As always, the characters and illustrations are great and the story draws you in. However, the plot turns on a piece of cheerful dishonesty approved by all the characters. Not a message we'd want our younger kids to take in, at least without some discussion.

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