Discover children's books with Black characters!


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  • Sankofa: A Culinary Story of Resilience and Belonging

  • We Could Fly

  • There Was a Party for Langston

  • Harlem at Four

  • Kicks in the Sky

  • The Walk (A Stroll to the Poll) (Abrams Books for Young Readers)

  • A Child’s Introduction to Jazz: The Musicians, Culture, and Roots of the World’s Coolest Music (A Child’s Introduction Series)

  • Empowering Stories For Black Children: The Power Of Kindness: Educational Inspiring Children’s book For Black History Month (Holiday Books for Kids) … of Black History, Culture and Spirituality)

  • Rock, Rosetta, Rock! Roll, Rosetta, Roll!: Presenting Sister Rosetta Tharpe, the Godmother of Rock & Roll

  • I Am a Triathlete

  • Kamari Loses a Tooth (Kamari’s Great Adventures)

  • You Made Me A Mama

  • Unstoppable: How Bayard Rustin Organized the 1963 March on Washington

  • The Night Before Freedom: A Juneteenth Story

  • Juneteenth: A Picture Book for Kids Celebrating Black Joy

  • The History of Juneteenth: A History Book for New Readers (The History of: A History Series for New Readers)

  • The Juneteenth Story: Celebrating the End of Slavery in the United States

  • All Different Now: Juneteenth, the First Day of Freedom

  • The Little Gentleman

  • Ky’s World: My ABCs Story and Affirmation

  • Stacey’s Extraordinary Words

  • The 1619 Project: Born on the Water

  • Your Legacy: A Bold Reclaiming of Our Enslaved History

  • Njinga of Ndongo and Matamba (Our Ancestories)

  • I Am Not Sleepy!: A preschool and toddler book for bedtime and naps (Curly Crew Series)

  • Little Rosetta and the Talking Guitar: The Musical Story of Sister Rosetta Tharpe, the Woman Who Invented Rock and Roll

  • Opening the Road: Victor Hugo Green and His Green Book

  • You Gotta Meet Mr. Pierce!: The Storied Life of Folk Artist Elijah Pierce

  • Ice Cream Man: How Augustus Jackson Made a Sweet Treat Better

  • Unspeakable: The Tulsa Race Massacre

  • Because Claudette

  • Does It Rain Food?

  • I See You HBCU

  • My Best Dress Up Yet

  • Ketanji Brown Jackson: A Justice for All

  • A Flag for Juneteenth

  • Where’s Daddy?: African American Children’s book on experiencing divorce through a little girl’s eyes.

  • Black Child, Hold Your Head High: Empowering Book for Black Children that Celebrates a Rich Culture and History

  • Zuki and the Oh So Amazing Band From Outer Space

  • Because I See You, I See Me: A Tribute To Black Teachers and Students