A mum has depicted her toddler daughter in a picture book about identity, love and acceptance after struggling to find black children in books as a child.
Vese Aghoghovbia Wolu wrote Who Do I See in The Mirror? as a gift to Philly while on maternity leave.
The chartered engineer, of Buckhurst Hill in Essex, said the response to its publication had been “amazing.”
“People from all backgrounds, not just the black community, have said that diversity is so important,” she said.
The 31-year-old said she read voraciously as a child in Nigeria but could not recall any books with children that looked like her . . .