African American History Month

Day 28 of 28 Days of Children Books By African American Children Book Authors: Graceful Gabby Finds Love in Blue by Crystal Marable

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GracefulGabbyGraceful Gabby Finds Love in Blue
by Crystal Marable

Paperback: 44 pages
Available at Amazon

Graceful Gabby is excited about her new room but she’s disappointed that everything in her new room is not “pinky” perfect. Come along with Graceful Gabby as she learns about the Fruit of the Spirit. With the help of Grand Ma-Ma, Graceful Gabby learns to recognize and share the special gift of love with others and to appreciate the love of family.

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Day 27 of 28 Days of Children Books By African American Children Book Authors: Princess Atelia and the Wishing Star 
by Lynette N Roberts

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princess-ateliaPrincess Atelia and the Wishing Star
by Lynette N Roberts

Paperback: 24 pages
Available at Amazon

Atelia is not like the other girls in her neighborhood and school. Some may consider her a “tomboy”. Does she have what it takes to be a princess?

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Day 26 of 28 Days of Children Books By African American Children Book Authors:The First Day of School by Jeanine Nicole

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TheFirstDayOfSchoolThe First Day of School
by Jeanine Nicole

Paperback: 24 pages
Available at IAmJeanineNicole.com

Jasmine has just started preschool. She is so excited for her first day of school, but her mean brother, Tommy, makes her believe that school is scary. Will Jasmine have fun on her first day of school or will she be too scared to even leave her room?

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Day 25 of 28 Days of Children Books By African American Children Book Authors: Tea Cakes for Tosh 
by Kelly Starling Lyons

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TeaCakes_mdTea Cakes for Tosh
by Kelly Starling Lyons

Paperback: 32 pages
Available at Amazon

Tosh has spent many days in the kitchen with his grandmother, Honey, watching her bake cookies and listening to tales of their slave ancestors, so when Honey’s memory starts to fail, Tosh is able to help with the cookies and more. Includes a recipe for tea cakes.

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Day 24 of 28 Days of Children Books By African American Children Book Authors: I Love You Better Than Chocolate Chip Cookies
 by Donalisa Helsley

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cookiescoverI Love You Better Than Chocolate Chip Cookies
by Donalisa Helsley

Paperback: 26 pages
Available at Amazon

How much do you love chocolate chip cookies? I love them a lot, but there is something I love better! I Love You Better Than Chocolate Chip Cookies is an entertaining book that teaches what should really take first place in our hearts.

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Day 23 of 28 Days of Children Books By African American Children Book Authors: My God Is Awesome!
 by Kyla and Monique McKenzie

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MyGodIsMy God Is Awesome!
by Kyla and Monique McKenzie

Paperback: 32 pages
Available at Amazon

My God is Awesome! is a children’s picture book written by Monique McKenzie and her daughter, Kyla McKenzie (age 5). With exquisite hand-painted watercolor images, illustrated by the renowned Hall-of-Famer Jan Spivey Gilchrist, the book looks at the awesomeness of God through Kyla’s eyes and reminds us all to appreciate life’s simple pleasures.

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Day 22 of 28 Days of Children Books By African American Children Book Authors: Not Fat Because I Wanna Be
 by LaNiyah Bailey

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NotFatNot Fat Because I Wanna Be
by LaNiyah Bailey

Paperback: 42 pages
Available at Amazon

In her debut book “Not FAT Because I Wanna Be” 6-year-old, author/youth advocate, LaNiyah Bailey, details the struggle of Jessica, a fictional girl who has an underlying medical issue that causes her to gain weight. Bullied by her peers, Jessica learns to accept her body and eventually opens up about her condition to her classmates.

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