GREENSBORO, NC -- Morgan Taylor is a second grader that is wise beyond her years.

She is 7-years-old and has already written a book titled Daddy's Little Princess.

"Every little girl should believe she's a Princess," said Morgan, which is why she is encouraging that Princesses come in all shades and colors.

The book features real-life Princesses and Queens of color from all around the world. The book also tries to build self-esteem and inspires people of all ages to embrace their greatness.

Daddy's Little Princess began with a conversation with Morgan's dad, and co-author, about how there is a lack of diversity in the main-stream royalty.

"Research shows that diversity in literacy increases the educational success of minority children. This book excites, ignites, and educates young readers. We wanted to inform and build self-esteem," explained Todd Taylor, a former educator.

Morgan's motto is to "Rock Your Crown" and she did just that while reading her book at the International Civil Rights Center. Her mother accompanied her to the event where she signed autographs and sold more copies or her book.

Daddy's Little Princess is available at Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and at Taylor Made Publishing's website.

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