By the time your child is in third-grade it is essential they know how to read well. This is a point in a child’s life when they are no longer taught by their teachers to read but are expected to read on their own and every assignment requires reading.
Reading to young children and having them ‘read’ back to you is one of the most significant things a parent can do to increase their child’s success in school substantially.
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. […]
If there was a thing such as CTSD, Current Traumatic Stress Disorder, then I’m experiencing it on a daily basis. Every week there is some attack on the Black community not giving me a chance to have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Keeping up with the news each day and reading about the police shootings, the […]
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 […]