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Chemistry for Kids By Darius Wynn
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Chemistry 101 for Children. This book introduces concepts in the field of chemistry.
Black Kids By Farai Caldwell
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Black Kids is a wonderfully illustrated poem that showcases Black children in positive spaces, while encouraging them to love themselves just the way they are. Black children winning spelling bees,... More > playing in jazz bands, and dancing vibrantly, are a few things little ones can expect to see when turning the pages of Black Kids. Full of love and inspiring imagery, Black Kids, leaves young readers with powerful feelings of confidence and self-acceptance.< Less
Christian African Folktales By Ike Ugochuku
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African folktales are known for fetish, occult, wizardry, trickery, outsmarting the other person. This book is written to change that and teach positive character ideals that parents would want their... More > kids to emulate. There are 10 virtues that will be taught in the stories (one for each story). They are love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control, righteousness. This book will be enjoyed by children and adults.< Less
City Kids Books By Dionne Benjamin
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"White Chocolate," the first book in the City Kids Books (TM) series is the story of a young fair-complexioned African-American boy who is confused about his racial identity. Through... More > discussions with his mother, he learns what it means to be black, and embraces his racial heritage. This book is full of vibrant colors, helpful illustrations, diverse characters, and great information. (Please note that there is another edition of this book geared towards the special concerns of biracial children, "White Chocolate: Biracial Edition.")< Less
52 Positive Affirmations for Mocha Kids By Christin Armstrong
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One year of positive affirmations that your Mocha Kid can memorize and apply on a weekly basis. Each week features an activity to help the child apply the affirmation including coloring pages,... More > drawing exercises, and thought-provoking questions.< Less
Music: Investigate the Evolution of American Sound By Donna Latham
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The United States boasts a rich musical diversity. Early Americans discovered ways to weave European traditions with new cultural influences to compose a unique musical identity. African traditions... More > influenced hymns and folk songs that connected people to religion and to the trials and tribulations of everyday life. Patriotic tunes created unity in wartime. Even now, America’s jazz, blues, rock, and hip-hop continue to evolve from their African-American origins. Music invites kids ages 12 and up to explore the roots of American music genres as they investigate the social, political, and religious influences that inspire musicians. Activities encourage readers to inquire into the art and science of music. Readers can engage in a hands-on exploration of the physics of sound vibrations, decibel levels, and acoustics, or use vocal styling to improvise and discover the rhythm of their bodies to create a beatbox.< Less
Preacher's Daughter, Preacher's Kids, Church Kids: The phenomenon of growing up crazy in the Apostolic Pentecostal Church By Jennifer Herring
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This memoir captures an African American woman's life in a family of nine children, as the daughter of the preacher who converted the entire family as he travelled from the Baptist to the Apostolic... More > Pentecostal denomination. Her story explores each sibling's response as well as her own to the strict lifestyle of the Apostolic Pentecostal. She shares her evolution in establishing her own identity, growing in her own beliefs and faith in the God of her childhood.< Less
A Doll Like Me By Kimberly Gordon
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"A Doll Like Me' is an African American Children's Book and Coloring book about an 8-year-old black business owner. When Mia has a new business idea, her friends and family are there to help her... More > along the way.< Less
All About the Westside By Colin Royce
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Macktown was on its way to 1981. New power ruled the country with more power and new rules, and times were about to change drastically for both ends of the social and economic spectrum. The fortitude... More > of the city's leadership would be put to the test and their ability to maintain control of its citizens was going to be challenged also. A new generation emerged and trends and fads changed with the times. Gone were the days of leaving the front door unlocked and the kids playing safely outside; more communities went on watch and families were redefined. In the decade to come, the dream would fade away for those who could not make the grade and the pie would become harder to get a piece of.< Less
Oh Jacob! By Lynette N. Roberts
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"Jacob is a little boy. A handsome little boy is he. He often told many tales that will make you say good grief!"