Khalil Munir, is a performer, educator, tap dancer and speaker, born 1 pound 4 ounces. He tells his story to young ears and adults alike. He was diagnosed with dyslexia at age 14. Prior to this discovery, he always felt "less than". Now, as an educator, he feels strongly towards the importance of representation. He wrote this book to show little brown boys that they are powerful, no matter their circumstances. He wants all readers to know they are worthy, capable and have the right to wear their crown and stand in their power.
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