books for black children

#BROWNGIRLSWRITE: Meet 8-Year-Old Nia Mya Reese, Best Selling Author

Nia Mya Reese is eight years old big sister with a story to tell. And that story, about how to deal with annoying little brothers, is now a bestselling picture book.

– Mar 22, 2017

How To Support Authors: 10 Ways You Can Make Denene Millner Books A Success

Denene Millner Books is my baby, and it can't survive without your support.

– Feb 27, 2017

Good Night MyBrownBaby: Faith Ringgold’s “Tar Beach” (VIDEO)

Announcing the winners of our third Good Night MyBrownBaby giveaway, plus video me reading an all-time favorite, Faith Ringgold's "Tar Beach."

– Jan 24, 2017

Good Night MyBrownBaby: “Peeny Butter Fudge” (VIDEO)

Announcing the winners of our second Good Night MyBrownBaby giveaway, plus video of our "Peeny Butter Fudge," reading with Tracey Michae'l Lewis-Giggetts.

– Jan 10, 2017

Good Night MyBrownBaby: Precious and the Boo Hag (VIDEO)

Announcing the winners of our first Good Night MyBrownBaby giveaway, plus video of our "Precious and the Boo Hag," reading.

– Dec 16, 2016

Introducing ‘Good Night MyBrownBaby’: Fav Stories Read On FB Live

MyBrownBaby's getting your bedtime routine together! Introducing 'Goodnight, MyBrownBaby,' our new Facebook Live author readings for your babies.

– Dec 1, 2016

Watch Amazon Prime’s “The Snowy Day,” With Laurence Fishburne, Angela Bassett and Regina King

Peter, the hero of our favorite Black children's book, "The Snowy Day," gets his own Christmas story in a new animated feature on Amazon Prime.

– Nov 28, 2016

Introducing My New Black Children’s Book Imprint, Denene Millner Books!

Denene Millner Books is a new imprint for black children's books that will explore the beauty and humanity of African American kids.

– Feb 8, 2016

Legend of the Mantamaji: Diverse Graphic Novels For Summer Reading Come to Life On Video

Diverse graphic novels are the gateway to life-long reading—and Eric Dean Seaton's "Legend of the Mantamaji" series is opening doors for Black children.

– Jun 3, 2015

Why I Buy Black Children’s Books by Black Authors and Why You Should Too

Integrating children's bookshelves since 2001.

– Apr 14, 2015
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