Hey black child, Do you know who you are? Who really are? Do you know you can be What you want to be If you try to be… Read more…

In 1848, Mary Walker was born into slavery. At age 15, she was freed, and by age 20, she was married and had her first child. Read more…

From the letter A to the letter Z, B is for Breathe celebrates the many ways children can express their feelings and develop coping skills at an… Read more…

I Believe I Can is an affirmation for boys and girls of every background to love and believe in themselves. Read more…

This heartwarming story reminds us how satisfying it is to grow up surrounded by love. Read more…

Protesting. Standing up for what’s right. Uniting around the common good—kids have questions about all of these things they see and hear about each day. Read more…

Cupcake Master takes you on a journey through entrepreneurship. Jordan realizes his passion for baking and decides to start a new business. Read more…

Early on, children begin looking to us to help them carve out a place in this world. Read more…

Borrow from the Library Billy Bloo is stuck in goo. Read more…

Why is Mommy ignoring me? Why does Jerry lie about me? What did I do? Imani’s mommy is acting strange. She doesn’t talk to Imani much anymore. Read more…

The barbershop is where the magic happens. Read more…

RILEY 1

The inspiring rhyming story follows Riley as he discovers some of the wonderful things he can do when he grows up. Read more…