[Sulwe Author Lupita Nyongo] EBOOK / KINDLE
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AS THIS WAS NOT SUCCESSFUL SULWE this was not successful Sulwe her mother that she did not want to return to school the next day That night a shooting star visits Sulwe in her dreams and takes her on a journey into night to see why darkness is important Using magical realism that adult readers would appreciate Nyong o relates a story of the symbiotic relationship between the light sun and the dark moon Today humanity has been o relates a story of the symbiotic relationship between the light sun and the dark moon Today humanity has been that people of all colors matter Sulwe representing the blackest of people is shown how when the sun banished the moon earth was one continuous day There was no sleep and people wanted their dreams of night back Day journeyed to night and said I missed you and the feeling was
Sun needed moon s shadows for day to function moon benefitted from the light of stars that are only seen in the dark of night Even though Sulwe might not appreciate her darkness now it is important just as lightness is Nyong o tells that Sulwe s story is her own She was among the darkest of the children in her school and at some points had few friends Her mother tenderly related that it is what is inside her ualities and abilities that are important not her skin color which should be blind to everyone Today Nyong o is a successful actress and now writer Sulwe is a timely book that can easily be discussed in elementary school classrooms With a discussion of a parable and all people mattering it is even timely for the inclusion of all children during back to school week How could one not fall in love with Sulwe after hearing her story and viewing Harrison s lovely illustrations Such a refreshing book for a busy afternoon 4 stars Wonderful This is one of my top 5 new 2019 picture books of the year This is a little biographical we find out in the author s noteSulwe has dark skin like midnight while the rest of her family has lighter tones and her sister has a golden tone to her skin Sulwe prays for lighter skin and the ability to make friends and not be teased Her mama tells her the most beautiful story or legend of daylight and nighttime The people love the sun and hate the night until nighttime leaves and then daylight becomes too much The story is about balance and both sides being respectedThis is about self love and self empowerment It s beautiful artwork and a beautiful story that touched my heart I want to own this bookThe nephew enjoyed the story about day and night and he thought the story was ok He gave this 3 stars The niece read this too after I told her she had to read it and she thought this was a great story and she gave this 4 stars The nephew did ask why people s skin can be different colors and I had to talk about pigmentation in the skin and how genes can mix and match. Right like her mother and sisterThen a magical journey through the night sky opens her eyes and changes everything.
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Lupita Nyongo ´ 2 ReviewI bought this for my mother and sister to read to their young students but I wanted to read it too This book is perfect for helping young ids find the beauty in their dark skin And the illustrations are some of the most beautiful I ve ever seen in a children s book Breathtaking illustrations with a positive message in self esteemI found the writing ind of hollow and wish feeling had been injected a positive message in self esteemI found the writing ind of hollow and wish feeling had been injected the phrasingThe author s note at the end held so much emotion than the actual book Of COURSE I loved this The story was so perfect for the mind of a young dark skinned girl The illustrations are absolutely gorgeous and anyone that experiences them will be able to appreciate them I m so honored to have experienced this story Even as the 32 year old that I am As a young black girl while I m not the darkest I certainly wasn t the lightest And I was outside a lot so I
Was Darker As A Kid I Remember The Names Moosedarker as a id I remember the names moose I remember running to my mom when some boy in my class said I looked like a moose during our annual Halloween fair I remember my mom telling me not to listen So I think about the young girls of today the brown skin girls that are constantly being told that they are ugly They are dark They resemble animalsI m so glad this story exists for children today Even though I m not a young girl any I still appreciated this story It spoke to the young black girl that I once was the young black girl that still lives inside me She The art The story The message Wow this brought a tear to my eye 3 I will never get over the beauty that is Vashti Harrison s work She brings beauty and magic and and dream like uality to her illustrations that is stunning and gives the story so much life Some of these spreads I wouldn t mind blowing up as full posters and displaying as art piecesThe story navigates the struggles of colorism through the eyes of a sweet little dark skinned black girl in such a meaningful and poignant way A good read for anyone pick it up My family reads all the Goodreads award nominated picture books every year This is book 19 of 20 of 2019 and we liked it It was written by Kenyan actress Lupita Nyong o and digitally illustrated in her second nominated book this year Vashti Harrison The story is about Sulwe who grows up wanting to be lighter toned as her mother and sisters are So it s about colorism and self esteem including a dreamfantasy seuence about her mother and sisters are So it s about colorism and self esteem including a dreamfantasy seuence about and Day that helps Sulwe believe in herselfHarry 15 today his birthday 4 Inspiring and I liked how her mom comforts her I like the story of Night and Day to encourage SulweTara 35 I liked the st POWERFUL seems too easy of a word to describe the debut children s book by Lupita Nyong o Yet powerful may not do it enough justice Colorism is an extremely challenging subject to broach and tackle especially among people of. A picture book about colorism self esteem and learning that true beauty comes from withinSulwe's skin is the color. ,
Color However Sulwe approaches the issue with such honesty and candor that it invites a much needed discussion Brightness is not in your skinBrightness is just who you are With the beautiful illustrations provided by Vashti Harrison Sulwe speaks to every woman of color who has felt marginalized or consumed by doubt Although marketed as a children s book this book is agelessIn sharing her story Ms Nyong o speaks to the Sulwe in each of us Don t wait for anyone to tell you what is beautiful Know that you are beautiful because you choose to be UPDATEI have to share the reactions of my students after reading this book to themTo paraphrase what I already Loosening the Grip knew Ms Nyong o has written a book that speaks to all regardless of race age and gender Boys and girls alike young and old walked away being touched by this story I saw some students sit up straighter and smile because they saw Sulwe in themselves I heard others vow that they would never treat anyone differently because of skin color We must fill each other s buckets everyday And yet others talked about never fearing the dark again Night is beautiful It s the only time we can see stars Even my middle school counterparts shared this book with students HOW AWESOME Brightness is not in your skinBrightness is just who you are Sulwe is darker than everybody else around her Darker than her sister parents and theids at school Sulwe does not like bbeing different or standing out She longs to be lighter so she can be beautiful too Her mother assures Sulwe that she is already beautiful but it will take a special journey for her to believe it and embrace itLupita Nyong o is the author of this gorgeous book Captivating and strong this is a great debut as author for Nyong o The illustrations are just too beautiful and the message is one that needs to be said as much as possible Though the target audience is children this book appeals to everybody The book deals with colorism and loving yourself with finesse and charm Empowering and powerful the words on these pages celebrate beauty in its full splendor Though a simple concept this is an impacting message A wonderful book overall Fridays are my most hectic day of the week with cooking baking cleaning and other preparations I rarely have time to read so lately I have chosen to use the day for poetry and children s time to read so lately I have chosen to use the day for poetry and children s Recently I noticed a new children s book by Star Wars actress Lupita a new children s book by Star Wars actress Lupita o on my library s web site Illustrated by Caldecott winner Vashti Harrison with a sparkling purple cover Sulwe stands out even for the youngest readers With Caldecott potential illustrations I could tell that Sulwe s story would be a winning one Sulwe is as dark as night Her sister and parents are lighter skinned and her sister has lots of friends at school Sulwe is always on the perimeter looking in at the re. Of midnight She's darker than everyone in her family and everyone at schoolAll she wants is to be beautiful and