“White Flour is a brilliant children’s picture book to help open up a discussion of working for peace and justice and making it fun and meaningful.”
— Patch Adams, M.D., clown activist
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.
With beautiful, humorous and nuanced illustrations by Jenn Hales that perfectly balance the story’s intrinsic humor with the seriousness of the issues it addresses, the book is generating quite a buzz.
The book is hardcover, and is printed on heavy, FSC-certified responsibly harvested paper with at least 10% post-consumer content, printed in Canada. eBook versions that support audio include David LaMotte reading the poem.