Remixed: A Blended Family (Hardcover)
In this companion to Arree Chung's stand-out picture book Mixed: A Colorful Story, the colors must re-evaluate what it means to be a family.
In Mixed City, when colors care for each other, they decide to mix. They create families that come in every combination of colors, shapes, and sizes. But sometimes those sizes, shapes, and colors can change. And change isn't always easy. It might be hard to get used to. It might make some colors feel worried, or sad.
Remixed: A Blended Family is an inspiring picture book that celebrates the strength and resilience of remixed families and the beauty of chosen families, showing how even after change, or loss, love can thrive.
Arree Chung is the award winning author of Mixed: A Colorful Story, Out!, and the Ninja! series, which includes Ninja!, Ninja! Attack of the Clan, and Ninja Claus! Arree believes everyone is born creative and loves bringing ideas to life. When Arree is not making books or building a business, you can find him exploring nature or riding his bike in a new city.
"This companion title to Mixed: A Colorful Story (2018) explores changes in family structure . . . Honest and affirming, this story celebrates the love and opportunity for growth created by blended and found families." —Kirkus Reviews
Praise for Arree Chung:
"This book's simple and straightforward approach to confronting discrimination is age-appropriate without trivializing difficult, hurtful situations, offering children and adults excellent moments for discussion and personal growth . . . A colorful story about celebrating difference as complementary and transformative." —Kirkus Reviews, starred review
"Lively and charming . . . High-flying fun." —Kirkus Reviews, starred review
"Laugh-out-loud fun. Prospective ninjas, take notice!" —School Library Journal, starred review
Ninja! Attack of the Clan:
"Chung (Ninja!, 2014) returns with a second comic-book-style tale about lovable, freckled-faced ninja Maxwell . . . A clever, laugh-out-loud story." —Kirkus Reviews, starred review