Three girls create the ultimate hair-braiding business in The Braid Girls, a middle-grade contemporary novel by Sherri Winston.
Browsing: Black experience
An Iowa farm girl trades places with her global pop star lookalike in Fake Famous, a contemporary YA romance by Dana L. Davis.
A boy learns life lessons while learning to play chess in Not an Easy Win, a middle-grade novel by Chrystal D. Giles.
A girl struggles to find her place in the world as her neighborhood burns down around her in Remember Us, by Jacqueline Woodson.
Celebrate everything there is to like about yourself in I Love Everything About Me, written by Fatima Scipio and illustrated by Paige Mason.
After his stepfather is arrested for domestic violence, a boy must figure out how best to use his hands in Hands, by Torrey Maldonado.
Jason Reynolds pays homage to the Word King Langston Hughes in his debut picture book, There Was a Party for Langston.
Carole Boston Weatherford and her son, Jeffery Boston Weatherford, craft a portrait of a Black family tree in Kin: Rooted in Hope.
Learn about one of the first Black nurses in the Civil War in Susie King Taylor: Nurse Teacher & Freedom Fighter, by Erica Armstrong Dunbar and Candace Buford.
A boy mourning the loss of his father takes a walk in the woods and makes a life-changing discovery in A Walk in the Woods, by Nikki Grimes, Jerry Pinkney and Brian Pinkney.