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We are in the process of animating Coota and the Magic Quilt! Please check back often for updates on this exciting project!

These books positively impacts readers. In part, they encourage people to avoid racial slurs when communicating with each other and learn the influence of our history. With a readability level for middle school, adults who read the books also relate to its themes. 

Throughout the series, Coota has encounters that help him to understand his history and the significance of compassionate communications. There is a Teacher's Guide written by an educator that helps with classroom use. 

Places to Purchase, “Coota and the Magic Quilt” in the Boston area:

Jamaicaway Books and Gifts, 676 Centre St., Jamaica Plain 
The Tape Connection, Grove Hall, Dorchester 
World of Curls, 493A Blue Hill Ave., Dorchester 
Hair Focus, Inc., 860 Harrison Ave., Boston
African American Meeting House, 46 Joy St., Boston
Lawson’s Barber Shop, 1979 Columbus Ave., Roxbury 
A Nubian Notion Gifts and Cards, Dudley Station, Roxbury 
The Black Library Pushcart, Downtown Crossing, Boston 
National Center for Afro American Artists, 300 Walnut Ave., Roxbury Barbara’s Bestsellers, South Station, Main Station (Train), Boston 
Turning Heads Barber Shop, 11 Roxbury St., Roxbury 

Out of State Locations:
 
Hue-Man Bookstore, 2319 Frederick Douglas Blvd., New York, N.Y. 10027 Nubian Heritage, Inc. 2073 5th Ave., New York, N.Y. 10035 
ISBN 0-9720404-0-4 

The cost of the books, $13.95 and there is a Teacher’s Guide for teaching preparation and is available for a separate price of $10.00. Coota and the Magic Quilt is also available in Spanish. 

For further information call, (617) 238-2460

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