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‘Dominique and the Mirror’ book on Amazon sheds light on African-American struggle through a children’s story

‘Dominique and the Mirror’ is the latest book by author Cassie that is based on the African-American slavery and told in a fantasy like children story with a 9-year-old girl as the main character. The book now available for purchase on is a children’s story centered on the plea of slaves and sends out an important message throughout.


The year is 1979 and 9 years old Dominique, an African American girl is living in Harlem, New York with her loving parents. One day her construction manager father brings home a mirror.

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