A young boy realizes his greatness in I Am My Ancestors’ Wildest Dreams, written by Tanisia Moore and illustrated by Robert Paul.
Browsing: Black experience
How Do You Spell Unfair? Follows MacNolia Cox as she becomes one of the first African Americans to compete at the National Spelling Bee.
Celebrate the beauty and strength of Blackness in You So Black, by Theresa tha S.O.N.G.B.I.R.D. and London Ladd
Learn about one of the major players in the fight for equality in Love is Loud: How Diane Nash Led the Civil Rights Movement.
Author Willie Mae Brown shares her remembrances in My Selma: True Stories of A Southern Childhood at the Height of the Civil Rights Movement.
Lesa Cline-Ransome’s new young adult novel, For Lamb, explores an interracial friendship between two girls in the Jim Crow South.
In time for Black History Month, these books are great ways to learn about the Black community’s past, present and hopes for the future.
“Firebird” and “A Dance Like Starlight” highlight the strides black women have made in the ballet world and serve as examples for budding ballerinas of all colors.