Nyasha Williams books, Ally Baby Can: Be Antiracist and Keep Dreaming Black Child, open up meaningful conversations with people of all ages.
Browsing: African American Authors
The Tristan Strong trilogy is fast-paced, holding you gripped until the very last page of the final book in the series by Kwame Mbalia.
Come on now; it’s time to go crazy over One Crazy Summer—an excellent and moving book punctuated with humor in all the right places.
Legendborn is a powerful, gripping fantasy that resituates Arthurian legend within a context of US race relations and the legacy of slavery.
Playing the Cards You’re Dealt is an enjoyable and thought-provoking book—especially for boys wondering what it takes to be a man.
Author Mildred D. Taylor won the Coretta Scott King Award and a Newbery Medal for Roll of Thunder, Hear Me Cry—plus too many more awards to list here.
Jerry Craft’s graphic novels, New Kid and Class Act, are fantastic for classroom discussion—but, more importantly, they are utterly enjoyable reads.
In this episode, I talk with the incredible Dr. Ibram X. Kendi about his nonfiction book for caregivers, How to Raise an Antiracist.
Noted anthropologist and educator Dr. Johnetta Betsch Cole and award-winning illustrator Nelda La Teef talk about African Proverbs for All Ages.
Rosanne A. Brown discusses her debut novel, A SONG OF WRAITHS AND RUIN—already on the New York Time’s Bestseller list!