About the book:
Mommy, Mommy, Why am I so different? Is a story about a seven-year-old girl, named Africa Jones who becomes inquisitive about her appearance after being teased by her new classmates. It’s not until Africa has a conversation with her mother that she understands her history, her appearance and her existence. Mommy, Mommy, why am I so different? Is a story about learning to know one’s existence while developing one’s self esteem. The book highlights African civilization, Black history, Black empowerment, self esteem, Black pride, inclusiveness, God (higher power), Afro Christianity and Afro religious principles. The moral of the story comes down to having thankfulness and pride. For ages 1-11.