Christian and Charleigh have questions. They have so many questions you would not believe. Early one morning, as the first morning’s light shines into their rooms, they find answers. Terri, a beautiful guide teaches them how to spell and reminds them why it is important to eat vegetables. They even get an up-close look at the moon! Follow Christian and Charleigh on their first adventure through vivid illustrations and awe-inspiring curiosity.
“My First Book of Shona And Ndebele Words”, is the perfect introduction to Shona and Ndebele, Zimbabwe’s two main native languages. This picture book pairs colorful illustrations with simple first words for readers of all ages to learn!
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ It’s sleepover day and little Maddie couldn’t be more excited! She spends the whole day getting ready and when her friends arrive, the party can finally begin. They play and have fun, when they see the biggest, most vibrant rainbow they’ve ever seen. Wondering how rainbows come to be and what they mean, they get a visit from a very special friend. Sunshine the unicorn flies down from the sky to tell them all about the seven colors of the rainbow and how they relate to the seven chakras in our bodies.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
“Different Like Me” is a book for black families to help start and open up conversations about social justice, being different, and facing racial issues. While this book is dedicated to children of color, all allies are encouraged to read the book and learn!
Emma Grace Godwins better know as EGG is a very adventurous little girl born with a rare health condition. EGG doesn’t let her condition stop or slow her down. Sit back and enjoy this fun adventure with EGG!!!
The 1st in a series of books that follow the journey of two “Loving Brothers” named Don Don and DEW. In the first book you will follow the day in the life of Don Don & DEW. From the time they wake up until the very end of the day. These 2 guys love being around each other and doing tons of activities throughout the day. They are truly “Loving Brothers”⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
A fun, engaging story that takes place during a time BEFORE we relied on smartphones, iPads, and the internet. When it comes to solving a mystery, how does Johari do it? He uses his brainpower, imagination, and a freshly sharpened pencil, of course! Readers will meet Johari and his family, his teacher, and his friends. As the mystery unfolds, readers will enjoy an unexpected plot twist! Most importantly, with a little help, Johari discovers his gift and the greatness he has inside. Messages of family, friendship, and community are emphasized. Fun reading comprehension questions included to enhance understanding and promote family discussion.
Daddy says that Grandma has become an angel… but what does this mean? How are angels made?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ This book explains what happens when people leave this world, what Heaven is like and how angels take care of their loved ones here on Earth. It’s written for children and their parents alike.
In her debut book, Shamion takes us on a journey of the conception of her twin boys Mekhi and Mansa.She talks about praying for a baby each night and when she was blessed, her heart was filled with overflowing joy to know that it was not one but two bundles of joy. So within this book Shamion wants women out there to know that their blessings will soon arrive in abundance.
A beautifully illustrated, reassuring children’s book to give Young Black Boys confidence, Good Values, and Positive Self Belief. This affirmational masterpiece gives kids a positive lens of what they can be TODAY and what they can achieve in life. Readers learn confidence, values, and the knowledge that they can accomplish anything without limitations. The author is a therapist, and utilized his own experience, and that of talented illustrator Max Rambaldi to offer kids wise lessons needed for a long, happy life. The kids see themselves in fun and engaging situations where they’re viewed as regular people and an indispensable parts of any group’s success. Young Brother, You Got It! is a fun and engaging read for all ages. It’s a positive bedtime story for parents, grand parents, and caretakers to read to children. The book is a fully illustrated story that makes a perfect adult/child reading session. It can lead to a highly beneficial discussion of a child’s importance and ability to grow to be a responsible, successful, well balanced individual. Above all, this project lets kids know they can’t be limited by false narratives or the failures of others.