This book is another entry in the Little People, Big Dreams series for the youngest listeners. It tells the story of Josephine Baker, an African American performer who not only performed but did SO much more. She explored the world, moving to Paris where she found a less segregated society. Josephine was the first black woman to star in a film. She was a spy, mother of 12 adopted children and a fighter for civil rights. All in all, an inspiring and unique woman.
Little ones can learn about Josephine in this beautifully illustrated short book. Collect all the books in this series. They are wonderful!
Many thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for this book in exchange for an honest review.