Black & White
8.5 x 8.5 inches
- Juvenile Fiction, Social Issues, Self-Esteem & Self-Reliance
- Juvenile Fiction, Readers, Beginner
- Juvenile Fiction, Nursery Rhymes
Children's Book Confidence Self-esteem Peer pressure Independence Education/school feelings color clothes
What's My Color?
Bobbe Lynn is a typical impressionable but independent elementary girl faced with the evils of peer pressure and self-esteem that seem to plague our society today. As she tries on a variety of outfits for school she is bombarded with memories of unpleasant feelings and comments that were uttered towards her by her schoolmates. Will she be able to find something to wear before her wardrobe is empty? Will she be able to satisfy anyone at school? Will her mother be able to make Bobbe Lynn see that it doesn’t matter what others think?
What’s My Color is inspired by Dale Wimbrow’s poem, The Guy in the Glass. The message of the book is fueled by a compelling quote, “The fellow whose verdict counts most in your life is the one staring back from the glass.”
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