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Reviewed by Amy Raines for Readers' Favorite
The Diversity Cube And The Cloud Wizard is written and illustrated by Dr Hazem Nassar. A cube of many different colors discovers that not only does each color look different, but they speak differently, too. Six of the squares are best friends, one from each group. The Bestest Six holds a festival, encouraging the rest of the squares to join them in learning more about one another. After the festival is over, one of the cubes makes some comments about the others that are not very nice. A wizard who loves to spread clouds of hate, ignorance, and fear decides to try to separate the cubes for good. Will the wizard be successful in separating the cubes by color? Is there anything that can be done to stop the negative behaviors and ideas from spreading? What will happen to the Bestest Six?
The Diversity Cube And The Cloud Wizard is a unique story that teaches some very important life lessons about diversity, culture, and racism. I absolutely love the way this author used a common toy to deliver messages about unity and hate in a way that young children can relate to and understand. The illustrations are colorful and will keep kids entertained while they read the interesting story that goes with them. I recommend this book to young readers who are old enough to start learning about the beauty of different cultures around the world and the importance of celebrating the similarities and differences that make us all special and unique.