You Are Not Alone (Hardcover)

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By Alphabet Rockers, Ashley Evans (Illustrator)
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Description


This empathetic and inclusive picture book empowers kids to love themselves and their identities, stand up to hate, and have each others' backs no matter what.

When I say something is unfair to me, but it's fair for you, what does that make it?
When I meditate, it all gets clear.
And if you listen, you will really hear.
I am not alone. I am enough.

It can be scary to feel like you're all on your own, especially in the face of prejudice. But always remember: you are not alone! Based on the Grammy award nominated hip-hop group Alphabet Rockers' empowering song, "Not Alone," this uplifting picture book reminds kids that they always belong. Encouraging words invite readers to love their beautiful selves, celebrate their identities, and use their voices against hate, You Are Not Alone asks us to step up for each other and have each others' backs, no matter what.

Praise For…


"Exuberantly affirming and infectiously joyful." — Kirkus

"...a diverse group of kids showcasing their experiences and the need for everyone to listen and raise their voices in protest or support." — Booklist

"Grammy nominees the Alphabet Rockers offer a lyrical exploration of solidarity. The book begins by following a short-haired Black child... [who] invites readers to get to know them, highlighting using one's voice to both speak one's truth and amplify others'. Subsequent pages explore other frequently marginalized experiences from the first-person perspective, as Evans's warm digital art portrays bright, inclusive spreads... earnest advocacy and heartening message." — Publishers Weekly


Product Details
ISBN: 9781728240282
ISBN-10: 172824028X
Publisher: Sourcebooks Explore
Publication Date: January 11th, 2022
Pages: 56
Language: English