Grace And The Flag


About The Book

“If you think you’re too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito in the room,” the Dalai Lama once said. Then, meet Grace Wisher, a real 13-year-old indentured servant in the early 1800s in Maryland. One might think her unimportant. Indeed, Grace made a significant
contribution to the creation of the American flag—the very flag that inspired the Star-Spangled Banner.

Fast-forward to 2022, USA. In this time of tremendous national upheaval, Grace and the Flag weaves themes of women’s rights, racial justice and equality together in an uplifting voice for minority children and all of us.




Lauren Lundin

Lauren Lundin is an international guidance counselor, wife, and mother of three little girls. She was born in Thailand, raised in India, and has lived in many different countries. Her graduate studies at Columbia University in New York focused on cross-cultural awareness, \microaggressions, and multicultural understanding.

As a mixed-race woman (African American and Caucasian), she is particularly interested in race-related history and the evolution of minority groups. She values the opportunity to encourage and support the learning of all children. Lauren is also the author of another top-rated children’s book called My Toothbrush Ran Away, which teaches children about the importance of good dental