Little Heroes Of Color - 50 Who Made A Big Difference by David Heredia


Say hello to heroes! This book introduces preschoolers to 50 men and women of color who have changed the world!
A perfect book for tomorrow's leaders, Little Heroes of Color educates and inspires by showing readers 50 trailblazers from a range of races and ethnicities. Bold colors and simple captions bring the youngest readers face-to-face with those who've shaped history and broken boundaries in science, the arts, government, and more.

From Toussaint L'Ouverture, the leader of the Haitian Revolution, to Justice Sonia Sotomayor, the first Supreme Court Justice from Puerto Rico, these heroes have persisted through adversity and hardships to bring about positive change.


Children will discover that there is no one way to be a hero, and anyone can accomplish extraordinary things!

The 411:

The little bobblehead caricature of these 50 heroes of color was a fun read. I loved the animations and learning and thought they were cute. There is a very appreciated description of each person featured and I was inclined to research some for more information. I think it is a great way to introduce kids under 5 to names they wouldn't otherwise hear and I really appreciated the diversity.



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