Black is dazzling and distinctive, like toasted wheat berry bread; snowberries in the fall; rich, red cranberries; and the bronzed last leaves of summer. In this lyrical and luminous poetry collection, Coretta Scott King honorees Joyce Carol Thomas and Floyd Cooper celebrate these many shades of black beautifully.Included in Brightly.com's 2017 list of recommended diverse poetry picture books for kids. "Highly recommended for home and school libraries," commented Brightly's Charnaie Gordon…
Little Black Girl
Little Black Girl is a love letter to little black girls all around the globe to remind them who they are, where they come from, and what they can be. Black girl magic, African American children books, black kids, afrocentric children books,black books for children,kids books,books for babies,love of self books,raise
Wee Read Diverse Books
Coloring Books and Flash Cards for African-American Kids! The kids and I LOVE this series of coloring and activity books by Crystal Swain-Bates! She's the author of the popular children's book Big Hair, Don't Care. Crystal founded a black-owned publishing company called Goldest Karat Publishing. Their mission is to fill a critical niche in African-American literature by providing books that fill the untapped needs of young African-American boys and girls in stories they will want to read…
50 Books That Every African American Should Read
Whether you're traveling on vacation, sunbathing on the beach, or simply lounging in the park, nothing beats a good book in the summertime. Still, with s...
The Assassination of the Black Male Image, Educational Books African Bookstore
The Assassination of the Black Male Image - "The myth of the malevolent black male is based on a durable and time-resistant bedrock of myths, half-truths and lies," declares Hutchinson (The Presidential Betrayal of African-Americans). He criticizes media portrayals of black men, derisive code words used about black athletes and the media buzz over Waiting to Exhale's nasty portrayal of black men.
20 Must Watch Black History Movies - Working Mom Blog | Outside the Box Mom
These black history movies explore black history milestones and events that shaped African-American history, including the Civil War, the abolition of slavery, and civil rights movement.
Ebony April 1959 Photographic Print by Moneta Sleet Jr. | Art.com
Ebony April 1959 Photographic Print by Moneta Sleet Jr.. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at Art.com. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
Women's Slave Narratives
The moving testimonies of five African-American women comprise this unflinching account of slavery in the pre-Civil War American South. Covering a wide range of narrative styles, the voices provide authentic recollections of hardship, frustration, and hope—from Mary Prince's groundbreaking account of a lone woman's tribulations and courage, the spiritual awakening of "Old Elizabeth," and Mattie Jackson's record of personal achievements, to the memoirs of Kate Drumgoold and Annie L. Burton.A…
Compelling African-American History Books for Children
Enormous list of African-American history books for children. Picture books, biographies and nonfiction books covering a wide range of topics.
Help your kids learn about black history — even if you're clueless yourself
Here are some ways (and even some technology) to teach your child — and yourself — about the history and importance of Black History Month.
Great Black Heroes: Five Brilliant Scientists
Paperback - "This easy-reader provides short, concise biographical sketches of the early lives and major accomplishments of Susan McKinney Steward, George Washington Carver, Ernest Everett Just, Percy Lavon Julian, and Shirley Ann Jackson. Jones provides just enough information for reports for -younger primary or reluc
When God Was Black, Christian Books African Bookstore
When God Was Black: God in Ancient Civilizations - Black God- The panacea to the Black man's plight, "Man Know Thyself." We must obtain knowledge of self. The self is the life force, and it is not an isolated event captured within an impenetrable physical body. The self is rather, an extensive spiritual entity that permeates each of us, and extends itself to, and through each of us, and back to our first ancestors.