ABOUT THE BOOK

Jackson and the Not-So-Colorful Day is a timely, whimsical picture storybook that celebrates cultural diversity from a child’s point of view.

Jackson is a young artist who loves to draw. His prized possession is the pack of 120 crayons his grandpa gave him for his birthday. He loves every one of the colors. But when he wakes the morning of the junior art show, everything looks black, white, or gray. Nothing in his room, his house, his neighborhood—even the artwork he made for the art show—has the bright, vivid colors it should.

As Jackson, his grandfather, and his friends make their way to the art show, Jackson wonders if the color will ever come back. What can he do to start seeing, and enjoying, color again?

This picture storybook is a great choice for early elementary-age kids.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

AMANDA ROMAN LEAK

Amanda Roman Leak is a speaker and author, widely known for her unconventional engagement and wedding in the documentary “The Surprise Wedding,” with upwards of 1.4 million views on YouTube. She and her husband, Ryan, have two sons and live in Dallas, Texas.

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