The coloring book seeks to educate young children about black indigenous cultures around the world, while exploring the histories of native-born black people in Africa and America.

A 6-year-old girl and her mother have created a coloring book that educates young children about black indigenous cultures around the world while exploring the histories of native-born black people in Africa and America.

Vanae James-Bey and her mother, Veronica Bey, are originally from Florida but now live in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. They told Atlanta Black Star that
The Indigenous Adventures of Princess Vanae went on sale March 31 and has already been met with overwhelming praise from those who have purchased the book.

“I’m glad to share it with everyone,” Vanae said of the 20-page book.

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