Read these stories written by black voices. Read them with your children and teens and start a conversation so that we may have hope for an undivided future in which all communities feel safe.
Browsing: African American
The Girl who Could do Anything is a picture book that pays homage to the accomplishments of black women, but also a reminder to girls and boys of all ages, shapes, and sizes that anything is possible.
The Girl That Could Do Anything is a picture book that pays homage to the accomplishments of black women, but also a reminder to girls and boys of all ages, shapes, and sizes that anything is possible.
We Are Not Yet Equal directly engages the passion and enthusiasm demonstrated by so many young people in the past few years.
Biographies of African Americans are important to the overall education of young readers, reminding them of the historical challenges that were faced by ordinary people.
Celebrate John Lewis’ spirit and insistence on making good trouble with the March pins, journal, and postcard book by John Lewis, Nate Powell and Andrew Aydin, inspired by the bestselling March trilogy.
KidLit is Shaking Things Up: Author Susan Hood discusses how children’s books are inspiring the next generation of activists.
Celebrating the length, diversity and strength of this extraordinary woman’s life, Before She Was Harriet urges readers to remember her humanity as well as her fame.
TIME For Kids Heroes of Black History presents the stories of four great American heroes every child should know about in one volume: Harriet Tubman, Jackie Robinson, Rosa Parks, and Barack Obama.
Nnedi Okorafor’s books are inspired by her Nigerian heritage and her many trips to Africa. She is the author of Akata Warrior.