The Blossoming Universe of Violet Diamond by Brenda Woods is a heartwarming story about Violet, an African American girl who lives in a white-dominated society. Violet feels different from everyone surrounding her, especially because the rest of her family is white and blonde. Her father was also African American, but he passed away before she was born. When Violet turns 11, though, she sets out to find out more about her African American heritage.
Calling all bookworms who love a great read about the importance family, friendship and acceptance.
Read along as Violet becomes more aware and interested about
her past and how it can affect her future. Instead of accepting stereotypes and
believing in the perceptions of others, she chooses to use her past to fuel her
We love the serious girl power that is represented in this
book and how it encourages others to learn about their heritage. It’s super
important (and fun!) to know where you came from and how you ended up where—and
who—you are today.
Take some time to read The Blossoming Universe of Violet Diamond (on sale Jan. 9) and talk to your parents or guardians about your own family history. This book is super relatable and has some serious family lovin’ that will keep you turning the page.
Grab the book here!
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BY CAITLIN MOYNIHAN ON 12/9/2013 11:00:00 AM
POSTED IN entertainment, review, book reviews, Book Club, book reviews, girl power, identity