“A brave and deeply affecting story about friendship, perspective, anti-racism, and the importance of understanding history. This may be an essential book about a cultural flashpoint.” —Rosemary Kiladitis, School Library Journal, starred review

“Tameka Fryer Brown pens an honest, contemporary, soul-shocking story, with deep and painful roots. That Flag will prayerfully lead to hundreds of thousands of mending moments and healing hearts.” — Derrick Barnes, Newbery Honoree and National Book Award Finalist

“This is a prime example of how a picture book can help younger readers understand difficult topics. A thoughtful and age-appropriate exploration of a somber subject.” — Kirkus Reviews

“A necessary read for all young people in this country.” — Traci Sorell, Two-time Sibert Medal and Orbis Pictus Honoree

“[A] layered introduction to issues around white supremacy and racism that is still accessible to young readers.” — Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books