books for children by black authors

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

A Declaration For Children: Our Vow To Uplift Through Books

With paintbrushes and pens in hand, we children's book authors and illustrators vow to use our work to seek equality, justice, and peace for children.

– Nov 14, 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

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

Integrating children's bookshelves since 2001.

– Apr 14, 2015

12 Multicultural Kid’s Book Apps Every Parent Should Know

Multicultural kid's book apps provide a great way to teach little ones about empathy, compassion, and diversity. Check out our picks!

– Feb 17, 2015

‘The Ghanaian Goldilocks’: A Colorful Take On a Classic Tale (REVIEW)

Check out this deliciously original take on Goldilocks, with a Black boy from Ghana as its precocious star.

– Dec 17, 2014

Brown Girls Publishing: New Black Books Penned By Kids, For Kids

Introducing four new authors—children who penned Black books for Black children. Yes!

– Dec 11, 2014

‘Firebird’: Ballerina Misty Copeland’s Children’s Book Leaps For Brown Girls (GIVEAWAY)

Ballerina Misty Copeland talks Black Girl Magic with her new children's picture book, "Firebird."

– Sep 3, 2014

My Black Is Beautiful—Now Can We See It In Children’s Books?

How can we help inspire young girls to believe they're beautiful and can achieve anything? Start by creating books that say its possible.

– May 1, 2014

10 Great Ways To Get Your Child Reading Now

By DuEWA FRAZIER Literacy statistics for African American youth across the country are grim. According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress, 53 percent of...

– Sep 17, 2013
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