“Last night I had a dream
That my skin was brown, like mahogany.
My outside had changed, but my inside was ME,
And a nightingale sang from the nearby tree…”
Throughout one magical night, a child dreams of a world in which diversity is cherished, and the beauty of every child celebrated.
“Brothers and sisters we shall be,
Stars of one sky, leaves of one tree…”
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2018 Nautilus Book Awards SILVER
“Better Books for a Better World”
This book was first released in 2018, but the original publisher closed its doors. Through a Kickstarter campaign, enough funds were raised to re-publish this book in 2019. It is with sincere thanks to the generous supporters listed below (and many others) that I am able to once again offer this book and its message of unity.
With heartfelt thanks, to:
My wonderful husband, Nav Balsara (Professional Hearing Services)
My daughters and son-in-law, Mehra Balsara, Kate Kuehn, and Mike Hampson
Michele Torrey and Carl Gann
Don and Norma Torrey
Nadim Kurji Law Professional Corporation (in Cobourg, ON) (with Nadim, Salima, Stefanie, Chris, and Laura, as well as the Ismaili Faith community)
Alan and Lorraine Manifold
Mary Remmel Wohlieb
Sharon and Phil Hampson
Khor Balsara and Darrin Tooth, and family
Sarah Young and family
Maneck and Jehangir Kotwal
John at B.N. Foods, Bowmanville
Sarah Anne Seale
Francine Gillis and family
Anne and Tim Perry
Sheri and Ethan Jeddy
Leila Merl and family
We all have a part to play in making Unity in Diversity a reality.
I hope that every person on this list knows how much their support means to me.
Thank you again from the bottom of my heart.
With Love and Unity,