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Published Work! "I Wish I Were Many Colors"

"I Wish I Were Many Colors" captures the colorful imagination of a little child's brilliant mind.  The story has a child exploring what his body would look like if it had different colors: white toes, pink stomach, yellow knees, green feet, and on an on until reality sets in.  "What would I look like with all those colors?"

COMING SOON!  "We Never Get Out of the Car"
This is a MUST read!!  M. Michelle Williams takes you on a tiring, exciting journey with the family and believe it or not, they never got out of the Car!!  With one exception at the end of the journey!!  Projected Release date: December 2018!!


Purchase your copy and enjoy!!

US$14.99 each (shipping and handling to US states and territories included!)  [International orders please call 321-945-1311]


Inspired by my children and dedicated to them.   Read the story behind the story!

Excerpt:
"I wish my hair was blue so that I could wash it in the ocean.
I wish my hands were black so that I could touch the darkness of space."



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Read the Reviews
(But you need to get one for your library)

"Stirs the imagination of both children and adults alike and teaches a powerful lesson of acceptance.” 

- Her Excellency Sheila Sealy Monteith, Former Ambassador of Jamaica to Mexico, currently, High Commissioner of Jamaica to Canada

 

“A well articulated book that encourages acceptance and uniqueness, and is certain to charm children as well as encourage their love for reading.” 

– Wesley T. Leonard, Senior Minister, Southside Church of Christ, Orlando, FL

 

"This is truly a delightful story that not only invites children to use their imaginations, but it celebrates their uniqueness.  Well done!"

-  Crystal Johnson Turner, Central Regional Director, Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated, Wichita, KS

 

“One of the best children’s books I’ve read in a long time. It echoes the importance of appearance, self-acceptance, and diversity!”

– Pamela C. Clark, Early Childhood Resource Teacher, Orlando, FL

 

“Children often formulate and internalize a negative view of self - occurring as a direct result of their experiences early in life.  It is encouraging to have an author so creatively provide a resource, if used lovingly, which can assist in changing the world one child at a time.”

- Arlisa Long, owner of Our P.L.A.S.E. Family Childcare, Oklahoma City, OK

 

 

 

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