Pontiac-native writes own childrens book after noticing lack of diversity
PONTIAC, Mich. A man was inspired to when he noticed a lack of diversity in childrens books and decided to do something about it. The Pontiac-native said he wanted to make sure his daughter could grow up reading about girls that looked like her. Cory J. Andersons Around the World I Go is the the story of a young girl named Imani who dreams of traveling the world. He said the story came to him as he was sitting in one of the most mundane places. The book is also available in Spanish, which Anderson said continues his push for diversity and inclusivity.