Did God Forget to Color Our Feet?

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ABOUT US

Daisy Grace Peters

Daisy is a 7-year old girl who lives with her mom Delores in Queens, New York. She has a creative spirit and a colorful personality. This comes through in her love for painting, arts & crafts, molding and the clothes she wears. Daisy loves food, and her favorites are mom’s spaghetti & meat sauce, chicken, homemade burgers and candy. She enjoys playing beach volleyball, riding her bike and skateboarding. One of Daisy’s favorite things to do is read. She believes books are her friends that take her imagination on great adventures.

Delores S. Peters

Born in Montserrat W.I., her family migrated to New York when she was 5-years old. In her earlier years she was a production assistant turned producer on music videos, commercials and an independent film. Later, she worked alongside her sister and was passionate about heading up the clothing companies’ sales, and production departments. Currently she is a real estate agent. During a “Talk time” conversation with Daisy Grace Daisy told her mom she was creative, but she didn’t realize it. Delores decided to explore Daisy’s words. This book is the beginning of her creative journey with her muse Daisy Grace by her side..

You will never look at your feet the same way again !!!

“Did God Forget To Color Our Feet?”

The book that will forever change how people all over the world look at feet. This book will make you STOP and look at your feet and the feet of your family, friends and neighbors. Don’t miss out on this simple yet powerful poetic discovery.

The book that will forever change how people all over the world look at feet. This book will make you STOP and look at your feet and the feet of your family, friends and neighbors. Don’t miss out on this amazingly simple yet powerful poetic discovery.

You will never look at your feet the same way again !!!

About The Book

How it all Began

In October 2021 during the Covid 19 pandemic, when the world was locked down or as many people felt, locked up, during massive protests, speeches and marches, when it seemed like our world was breaking apart. We were all forced to explain to our children what was going on. During this time, my 7-year old daughter Daisy Grace began video chatting with Aunty Coke. A silly joke between them about how the bottom of Daisy Grace’s feet were “white”, left a question in her mind about the difference between our skin colors. Daisy Grace is light-skinned. I am dark-skinned

What’s it about?

This book journeys to one particular “Talk time” when I read Daisy Grace, a bedtime story that led to us having a conversation about how Black is a rainbow of colors in our family. Reading the book sparked Daisy Grace to recall her joke with Aunty Coke about her feet. During “Talk time” Daisy Grace reveals she feels a little sad about her and Aunty Coke’s conversation. She tells me how the bottom of our feet are the same color even though our skin are different shades. Oh, the wisdom of a child to notice that it was the same! It truly never even crossed my mind to check. “Mom, is everyone’s feet pinky?” I wasn’t sure myself. So, this put us on a journey of feet. The souls of our feet formed our BIG question…

ABOUT THE BOOK

ABOUT THE BOOK

How it all Began

In October 2021 during the Covid 19 pandemic, when the world was locked down or as many people felt, locked up, during massive protests, speeches and marches, when it seemed like our world was breaking apart. We were all forced to explain to our children what was going on. During this time, my 7-year old daughter Daisy Grace began video chatting with Aunty Coke. A silly joke between them about how the bottom of Daisy Grace’s feet were “white”, left a question in her mind about the difference between our skin colors. Daisy Grace is light-skinned. I am dark-skinned

What’s it about?

This book journeys to one particular “Talk time” when I read Daisy Grace, a bedtime story that led to us having a conversation about how Black is a rainbow of colors in our family. Reading the book sparked Daisy Grace to recall her joke with Aunty Coke about her feet. During “Talk time” Daisy Grace reveals she feels a little sad about her and Aunty Coke’s conversation. She tells me how the bottom of our feet are the same color even though our skin are different shades. Oh, the wisdom of a child to notice that it was the same! It truly never even crossed my mind to check. “Mom, is everyone’s feet pinky?” I wasn’t sure myself. So, this put us on a journey of feet. The souls of our feet formed our BIG question…

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“Mom is everyone’s feet pinky?”

A story told through the voice of a little girl. Come and join Daisy Grace on a journey of how a conversation about color, led to a fantastical, poetic discovery of how the soles of our feet connect us all.

A story told through the voice of a little girl. Come and join Daisy Grace on a journey of how a conversation about color, led to a fantastical, poetic discovery of how the soles of our feet connect us all.

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