By Little Coleman
Illustrated by Lindsay Scott
A debut picture book sharing the great and varied history of Black Americans, A through Z.
Publication Date: May 31, 2022
Follow the history of great Black Americans with this alphabet picture book, written and illustrated to empower Black children across the world. Read about people like architect Paul R. Williams, chemist Marie Maynard Daly, and others who paved the way for the next generation to do great things in the world. This vibrant picture book will give children the confidence to dream big dreams, knowing there’s a whole alphabet of amazing thinkers and doers who came before them!
Little Coleman is a debut writer and an advocate for People of Color. Little lives in Texas with her husband Amedeus, whom she woke up at two o’clock am with this idea. He has been her motivator ever since that early morning shake up. They have three biological children (who want to be a judge, architect, and owner of an acting school respectively) and a very sweet foster kiddo! ABC That Could Be Me is her first book. Her goal in life is to make children see how great they are and attach their faces to amazing careers that can change the world!
Lindsay Scott, born into an Asian American family, grew up in Plano, Texas with a curiosity for art and all its wonderful mysteries. She pursues her passion by studying Art & Illustration and Graphic Design at John Brown University. Little Coleman’s ABC That Could Be Me is Lindsay Scott's first book of illustrations.