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Successful Black Parenting

We’ll say it again and again, that reading to your child enwomb, in early childhood and having books in your child’s room throughout their youth is one best thing you can do to ensure...

Reading narratives during the feast of Umoja Karamu, an alternative Thanksgiving celebration for African American families, is part of the celebration in which children participate. This is a great activity...

Ages 8-12 $16.95 Paperback Retail Yes! A book that not only celebrates Afro-Caribbean culture but we’ve got Black mermaids y’all. Black mermaids! And who doesn’t want to be a mermaid?...

Celebrate Buffalo Soldiers Day on July 28th to commemorate the formation of the all-black group comprised of African American Army soldiers in 1866. The Native American’s who they fought gave them...

There’s nothing better than a road trip in the car or on a train to visit family, especially grandma. Prepare your children for the ride with these great books about summertime travel. Gone...

On July 5, 1852, Frederick Douglass gave the speech which many now call, What to the Slave is the Fourth of July. Douglass was enslaved and escaped to his freedom. Even though his life was in danger speaking...

Summer is the time when we swim but many of our little ones are afraid of the water. Your own children will relate with both of these books that feature children learning to swim. Leo Can Swim...

Recommended for children Ages 7-12 What better way to celebrate Father’s Day and the lineage of dads than reading about Papa Lemon in the book series of his namesake, “Papa Lemon’s Little Wanderers.” Author...

Children’s Literary Review   For years before they both achieved acclaim in their respective professions, good friends, actor Taye Diggs and illustrator, Shane W. Evans had the desire to collaborate...

Est. 1993 | The First National Magazine For Black Parents
Janice Celeste
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Marta Sánchez
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