In this book, David challenges some deeply held, though seldom examined, ideas we have about how large societal changes happen and what our own roles in those changes can and should be. The book is at once challenging, encouraging and inspiring.
Inspired by true events in May of 2007, White Flour tells a story of humor conquering hatred. This was the day that the Ku Klux Klan met the Coup Clutz Clowns. It is an instructive and inspiring tale of a Third Way, illustrating that there are more creative responses to hatred and bigotry than fight or flight, and doing so in Seussian rhyme.
This book is a playful romp through the rhyming, rolling seven seas. Taking its text from LaMotte’s international award-winning song by the same name, it is illustrated by Carrie Patterson with bright colors and charming characters.