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Just Like You

Narrated by: Keosha Sath
Length: 4 mins
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In this book, a small child is inquisitively asking her mother questions about life. The book begins with the mother and daughter in the car on the way to school. They then visit different job occupations throughout the day. The mom is so busy thinking about giving the best answers, that she forgets the most important job is being a mom.

The importance of this book is to show all little girls that they can work in male dominated jobs. The book also plants the seed to strive to be the person in charge. This book encourages more girls to think about obtaining science, technology, engineering, and mathematics jobs, as there is a shortage of women in these fields.

©2018 Keosha Sath (P)2019 Keosha Sath

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Great read! Educational motivational and inspirational. This book will open your children’s minds to what’s possible. I love it. And you will too

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Awesome Book

I bought this book for my 6 year old son. He was very excited and has actually read it several times.

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Very Educational

I am building my child’s own little bookshelf, and what I love about this book is self representation. It’s so important to Have a black protagonist because it nurtures self esteem and self love. Not only that it ties STEAM occupations into a very cute storyline. I can’t wait for book #2!

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Awesome Text

As an educator, I am always searching for texts that my students can relate to culturally. I was given this book as a gift and shared it with my first grade students. They LOVED it! We discuss community helpers as a social studies unit so this tied perfectly with our curriculum. My girls especially loved the main character! They were able to explore various careers that they too could accomplish one day (regardless of their gender or race). This was a great book to add to our class library!