Hey You!: An empowering celebration of growing up Black

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Hey You!: An empowering celebration of growing up Black

Hey You!: An empowering celebration of growing up Black

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Some of the data that are collected include the number of visitors, their source, and the pages they visit anonymously. Dapo Adeola is an award-winning illustrator and designer who creates characters and images that challenge expectations around race and gender in a fun and upbeat way.

Adeola’s picture book aims to lift up and encourage Black children to understand their potential, express their creativity, and to follow their dreams.You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.

This book shows the experiences of black children that they face growing up with racism it also provides hope for the future. Perfect for new parents and fans of Oliver Jeffers Here We Are, I Am Every Good Thing by Derrick Barnes and Gordon C James, and Tami Charles' and Bryan Collier's All Because You Matter. written by Nathan Bryon and published by Puffin in 2019, which won the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize in 2020. Penguin Random House) ‘When was the first time you felt empowered as a Black Person- that you deeply believed you could live your dreams?I was able to enjoy so many varied art styles that truly spoke to the diversity of the Black community. Publication dates are subject to change (although this is an extremely uncommon occurrence overall). The following KS1/2 PSHE resources include learning about Black Lives Matter by designing a protest placard, creating a fact file on one of the ‘greats’, and celebrate the diversity in your class by creating a hands of diversity display. Evening Standard”A series of clever and witty illustrations matched with informative text guides the reader through a series of situations where they might encounter prejudice, and how to form strategies to overcome a situation before it becomes a problem. She studied illustration and film at MICA with a passion for multidisciplinary arts and telling stories.

It was inspired by an editor asking the author, "When was the first time you felt empowered as a Black person--that you deeply believed you could live your dreams? Yet she is reminded that she stands on the shoulders of the great black community that has come before her – and that she has the power to be anything and anyone she wants to be. Her animation project with the Malala Fund was featured as one of Design Week’s favourite International Women’s Day projects of 2020. She illustrated 'Mama's Sleeping Scarf,' written by award-winning and best selling author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, published by HarperCollins Children's Books in the Uk and Alfred A.Winner of the Queens Knickers award 2021 (for Never Show a T-Rex a Book) Winner of the Jericho Prize 2021. This ground breaking picture book is a lyrical, inspirational exploration of growing up Black, written by award-winning illustrator Dapo Adeola, and brought to life by some of the most exciting Black illustration talents working today. Payments made using National Book Tokens are processed by National Book Tokens Ltd, and you can read their Terms and Conditions here.

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