Ed Post Conversations: Elisa Stad, Author of "Mama's Love Language"

Ed Post Senior Digital Manager Lisa Hollenbach talks with author Elisa Stad about her children's book "Mama's Love Language."

Elisa shares her journey of growing up in a biracial household and struggling with her identity. She explains how her book reflects her experiences and aims to provide representation for children who don't feel like they fit in. Elisa also discusses the importance of diversity in educational materials and the negative impact of banning books, emphasizes the need for empathy and understanding among children of different cultures and backgrounds, discusses the strengths of being multicultural, including adaptability, openness, and a willingness to try new experiences, and emphasizes the importance of embracing diversity and understanding different love languages. Stad hopes that her book, 'Mama's Love Language,' will serve as a tool to educate children and families about multiculturalism and encourage them to explore their own heritage. She envisions her book becoming a treasure that promotes peace, respect, and understanding among people of different cultures.

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