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Keena Anthony and Shamfa Tittle publish book to help children value cultural diversity

The Caribbean-American authors hope to send a message that being American transcends race, religion, and culture.

Rosedale, New York, USA – WEBWIRE

Help children respect and appreciate culture and diversity by giving them this wonderful picture book.

What better way to promote respect for cultural diversity among children that through a children’s book? Keena Anthony and Shamfa Tittle did just that with “I’m an American Too!” (Archway; 2018).
This picture book could not have arrived at a better time for parents and teachers as well as other readers who are combating the tense political climate over immigration and race. The authors, who are both black and proud children of immigrants, saw the need for a resource that will help open a dialogue about respecting cultural differences.
Through their beautifully illustrated children’s book that is “I’m an American Too!” the authors will be able to teach children to respect differences and value cultural diversity. They recognize that children need to know that they are living in a world with vast cultural differences, thus it is more important than ever for them to value cultural diversity.
Children need to know that being American transcends race, culture, and religion. Of course, they need to learn that first from their parents, who can do better by giving them a copy of this positive picture book about culture and diversity.
Get a copy today of Keena Anthony and Shamfa Tittle’s “I’m an American Too!” Order through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Watch out for the public display of this illustrated children’s book at the upcoming 2019 BookExpo New Title Showcase on May 29 to June 2, 2019, at the New York, NY.

I’m an American Too!
Written by Keena Anthony and Shamfa Tittle
Published by Archway
Published date: October 30, 2018
Paperback price: $12.45
About the Author
Keena Anthony is a special education teacher from Queens, New York. She was born in Brooklyn to parents who immigrated from Guyana, South America.
Shamfa Tittle is a seventh-grade English teacher from Wappingers Falls, New York. Born in Cleveland, she is the oldest child of her parents, both of whom were born in Antigua, West Indies.

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