Educator releases new children's book during Caribbean American Heritage Month

Author's purpose is to showcase representation of culturally diverse characters. -Representation Matters.
ATLANTA - June 14, 2021 - PRLog -- Betty Louis is a native Haitian, wife, mom of three, educator, and now author. She resides in Georgia with her family. As an educator she wanted to create and write children books that are educational and engaging that showcase diverse and relatable characters. As a mother it was important for her children to see themselves and a family like theirs represented in the books that they read.

Brielle's Show and Tell is her debut children's book and the first book in her B3 Children's Book Series.  The book is about a young girl name Brielle who usually loves participating in Show and Tell. Until…it became more educational and less fun when she must teach the class about her family. Join Brielle on this educational journey to find out how she restores her love for Show and Tell while teaching readers about her family's proud cultural background. The purpose of this book is to spark a young reader's appreciation for cultures that are different from their own and develop a sense of self-confidence in their own cultural identify. A great mentor text for educators and parents to engage in culturally diverse conversations. The perfect read aloud for ages 4-8.

"It is time for parents to teach young people early on that in diversity there is beauty and there is strength." Maya Angelou

Paperback copy can be purchased on Amazon starting June 8, 2021.

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Location:Atlanta - Georgia - United States
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