I Love Pink
I Love Pink is the story of Juanita and Kiana, two girls who support each other through life challenges and learn to “Always Speak Your Truth.”
DescriptionI Love Pink is the story of Juanita and Kiana, two girls who support each other through life challenges and learn to “Always Speak Your Truth.” Their differences don’t get in the way of a deep friendship that eventually makes them family. Join them on this tale of empathy, courage and self-love!
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Galaxy’s Whale (This Real Life Books Book 1)
$9.99 – $29.95
Galaxy’s Whale (This Real Life Books Book 1) is available in 3 formats.
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DescriptionGalaxy’s Whale is the story of Safiya, a rebellious princess of bi-racial ancestry, who wants adventure. This desire takes her on the magical journey of her dreams. Through the chance meeting of a talking unicorn named Galaxy, she gets transported away to the land of Lyunith in the mouth of a grey whale. Safiya transforms into her true self and learns to love herself as she is. Also available on Amazon Kindle and at the following stores:
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