Book review: True Friendship is sweet by Author Dr. Christie Black-Murrell,



Most recently, Dr. Murrell released a Children’s short story focused on a poignant issue in our country, diversity, and inclusion titled, “True Friendship is Sweet.”


Looking for a way to talk to your kids about diversity??? THIS IS THE PERFECT BOOK to start the conversation! Emerson a racially sheltered six-year-old learns some valuable lessons when she meets a sweet friend Molly Ann and her not-so-friendly dad. This story is all about understanding how special we all are and how it is that diversity that makes for a "Sweet, Sweet Friendship" Great resource for counselors, teachers, and a perfect conversation starter for parents! 


This is a  story about two little girls that look different but regardless of skin color can still be friends.

There are also prompt questions and activities that parents or teachers can do at the end of the book with children. A much-needed book that can help teach children about the acceptance of people that don't look like them.


When I was a kindergarten teacher's aide I would read to the children in my class this is a book that I would have loved to read to them.



This would make a great book for any classroom and library.


My Opinion. I would like to address that racism is not just one color racism comes in all colors it's a heart matter.

my opinion. I like all people no matter their skin color is, God made each and every one of us just the way he wanted us to be let's have a good heart and stop racism. All lives matter to me and God.


I have been discriminated against because of my race in the past two years and it is painful and hurtful.  


I received a complimentary copy of this book for a review on my blog.

But was not required to leave a review.

All opinions are mine. 







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