Item description for Check All That Apply: Finding Wholeness as a Multiracial Person by Sundee Tucker Frazier...
Overview Frazier draws from her own experience to help people from multiracial backgrounds understand their identities and get a sense of God's purpose for their lives.
Publishers Description Where do you fit? Who is your community? Who really understands you? Being multiracial is often confusing, frustrating and lonely. Perhaps you feel as Sundee Tucker Frazier sometimes does when faced with yet another form asking for her ethnic identifiction--like "none of the above." In this book, Frazier offers good news: God loves multiracial people and their interracial families. There is a special place for you in God's plan And God wants to give you a sense of wholeness, worth and belonging--as one made in God's very likeness. Frazier helps you understand the experiences that form who you are and shows how to connect with others like you. She offers insight for developing your ethnic identity, understanding your family of origin--even figuring out who to marry Most of all, she encourages you to gain a sense of God's purpose for your life. And for those who aren't multiracial themselves but know someone who is, she clarifies the challenges and rewards of sensitive relating. With Frazier you'll embark on a journey of personal discovery--with the goal of embracing all of who you are. You'll discover joy in living as a multiracial person as you gain the hope and courage to "check all that apply."
Citations And Professional Reviews Check All That Apply: Finding Wholeness as a Multiracial Person by Sundee Tucker Frazier has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Publishers Weekly - 02/04/2002
PW Notes and Reprints - 01/28/2002 page 288
Christian Retailing - 02/18/2002 page 19
CBA Retailers - 03/01/2002 page 69
Multicultural Review - 12/01/2002 page 91
Publishers Weekly - 01/28/2002
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Studio: InterVarsity Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.26" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.62" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Jan 28, 2002
Publisher IVP-InterVarsity Press
ISBN 083082247X ISBN13 9780830822478
Availability 144 units. Availability accurate as of May 30, 2017 07:45.
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More About Sundee Tucker Frazier
Sundee Tucker Frazier is a full-time mother and children's writer. She worked for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship for ten years, first on campus staff and then as the worship leader with her husband, Matt, for Urbana 2000, InterVarsity's student missions convention. She is the author of Check All That Apply (IVP, 2002) and Brendan Buckley's Universe and Everything in It (Delacorte Press/Random House, 2007).
Sundee Tucker Frazier was born in 1968.
Sundee Tucker Frazier has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Check All That Apply: Finding Wholeness as a Multiracial Person?
It Spoke to Me Feb 22, 2008
Disclaimer: I am personally aquainted with the author.
This was a phenomenal book. I was moved. I am not biracial, but rather bicultural, and suffer more because many look at my white face and standard American English and deny my primary culture. Again and again Sundee brought up points and ideas that I could viscerally relate to. I have experienced many of the same struggles, doubts, and sins (on my part) in response to a bicultural existance.
Sundee has an easy, honest manner of writing which connects immediately with the reader. She writes directly from her close relationship with Jesus, without pretense or preachiness, but simply from her understanding of reality. She speaks with amazing openness about her difficulties being biracial and bicultural, and the profound joy and hope that brings her as well. Throughout she weaves this into the hope set before us in Jesus Christ, and how his Kingdom ideals are intertwined into an emerging polycultural world.
Copiously foot-noted yet not oppressively so, this is a how-to manual of spiritual enlightenment. I would strongly recommend it to anyone who is biracial or bicultural. And even if you are not Christian, there is much here in the personal struggles and realizations of others like yourself that may prove greatly beneficial. Considering what's in this book, I am truly shocked that it doesn't have greater renown.
Check All That Apply Sep 7, 2007
The religious stories and references to religion woven throughout the book got in the way of Sundee telling about her personal journey to find herself and acceptance from others. After reading the book, I was not convinced she felt successful.
Check All That Apply Feb 1, 2007
Great Book!! Bought it for my 26 year old son who is struggling with his black/white identity. Lot's of insight into every possible problem that comes from being interracial. Your not alone rings clear.
Straight talk that is honest & insightful Sep 25, 2006
I'll check one box when it comes to this book: oustanding. As the mom of multiiracial children this book has given me insight to relate to how my kids might be feeling. And I enjoy how Frazier connects it all to faith. How can one's identity not have this connection if one believes in a Creator? I recommend this to all mulitracial people -- and everyone, for that matter. Our world grows more multiracial every day. We need to understand each other.
an acceptable text Apr 26, 2004
The problem here is that people are born whole and they shouldn't have to find 'wholeness'. The problem is that books like this actually reinforce a feeling of being different by trying to make everyone want to fit into some racial category rather then helping people just feel like Americans and forget race. What this book fails to mention is that race is not a defining factor in life, rather it is an insignificant item that does little to make one who one is. Class and values are for more determinant.