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Carol May Coleman Nelson

I am Carrol May Coleman Nelson, Author and Publisher Pioneering the Representation of

African-Caribbean & Dual Heritage children in Literature!


"These books enrich children's lives and improve their literacy skills. Dolly May books encourage children to dream big with characters that represent themselves. They are written to inspire, educate and stretch the imagination of our children, to realise their full potential to be whoever they want to be".


I also deliver workshops for schools and the community.


Prestigious Awards-

Queens Get Seen Accelerator

WOW Nominee


Featured in: @Legacy Radio @BBC Radio Manchester@Radio Diamond @conscious Radio,

@Lady Wimbledon Club Magazine, @Urban Capital Magazine

Podcasts with Nigel Beckles - Author, Publisher, Coach &

Sandra Laws - Interview Skills & Careers Transition Coach

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