Black doctor writes a book for his son to get interested in the field of medicine called, “Doc 2 Doc.” “I woke up one morning and wanted my kids to read a book about Black boys interested in something other than sports. I thought it’d be nice for them to read about kids interested in science & medicine.
Reading narratives during the feast of Umoja Karamu, an alternative Thanksgiving celebration for African American families, is part of the celebration in which children participate. This is a great activity for your child’s reading comprehension and for sharing great stories with the entire family during the holiday. Here are a few books that you can incorporate […]
There’s nothing better than a road trip in the car or on a train to visit family, especially grandma. Prepare your children for the ride with these great books about summertime travel. Gone Crazy in Alabama by Rita Williams-Garcia, BigMama by Donald Crews, and Fred And Ted’s Road Trip by Peter Eastman are all available on Amazon.com. […]
Sponsored PostPhelicia Lang is a self-published children’s author of the book series, TAY Early Reader Series. TAY features a young Black boy on various positive adventures with activities like chess club to going to the zoo.Lang’s expertise as a mom, grandmother, a first-grade teacher with a Masters in Reading and a focus on Multicultural Literature, […]
As the movie, the Black Panther makes its debut, this is a great time for discovering new superheroes of color and this book won’t disappoint. Imagine if the main setting of Harry Potter wasn’t a school for wizards but was instead a school for superheroes. Sort of like X-Men’s mutant school but think more like […]
Ages 8-12 $16.95 Paperback Retail Yes! A book that not only celebrates Afro-Caribbean culture but we’ve got Black mermaids y’all. Black mermaids! And who doesn’t want to be a mermaid? Now one of the mermaids doesn’t have a fishtail but we won’t ruin it for you. Rise of the Jumbies by Trinidadian author, Tracey Baptiste is […]
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