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Day 14 of 28 Days of Children Books By African American Children Book Authors: The Adventures of Obi and Titi: The Hidden Temple of Ogiso
 by Mr O T Begho

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ObiandtitiThe Adventures of Obi and Titi:
The Hidden Temple of Ogiso
by Mr O T Begho

Paperback: 120 pages
Available on Amazon

Deep in the heart of Africa, where civilization truly began, two young children, Obi and Titi, unwittingly find a hidden temple and a mysterious map. This discovery sets off a chain of events that will change their lives forever. For once they must settle their differences and work together, as they set off on a magical adventure to save their village and the ones they love.

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Day 13 of 28 Days of Children Books By African American Children Book Authors: What Is Love
 by Corine Hyman

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WhatIsLoveWhat Is Love
by Corine Hyman

Paperback: 26 pages
Available on Amazon

What is Love is a Bible based picture book that is designed to help children understand what love is. In the story, twins Kar’Leigh and Kar’Moni have just learned what the Bible says about love. Come join them as they bring to life 1 John 3:11, 16-18 and 1 Corinthians 13:1-8a & 13 in a way that is easy for children to understand. Each page includes a Bible verse and there are links in the back of the book to download free handwriting pages.

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Day 11 of 28 Days of Children Books By African American Children Book Authors: Birchtown and the Black Loyalists by Wanda Taylor

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BirchtownBirchtown and the Black Loyalists
by Wanda Taylor

Paperback: 80 pages
Available on Amazon

In Birchtown and the Black Loyalists, Wanda Taylor recounts the incredible story of the Black Loyalists of Birchtown for young readers. With educational and accessible language, readers are introduced to the journey of Black American soldiers taken from Africa as slaves, their quest for freedom, the settlement and struggle of Black Loyalists on Nova Scotian soil, and the enduring spirit of their descendants in spite of a history marked by hardship and loss. Includes informative sidebars, highlighted glossary terms, recommended reading, historic timeline, an index, and dozens of historical and contemporary images. This is the first and only book aimed at young readers to explore the Black settlement of  Birchtown, Nova Scotia.

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