This is the last full week of February and even though Black History Month is ending in a couple of days, I wanted to leave you with something that your family can refer to throughout the year.
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This month I have seen a variety of suggestions for family books to read during Black History Month. While February does hold a special place in the hearts of my family, we celebrate African American history all year. I’ve cultivated a list of books from around the internet that you and your family can enjoy until February of 2017! Happy reading!
This post contains affiliate links and some of the books below include topics for older children. Please review and share with your family according to what you deem is age-appropriate.
Yummy: The Last Days of a Southside Shorty
Roll Of Thunder, Hear My Cry
I Love My Hair
Hip Hop Speaks to Children
Letters to a Young Brother
President of the Whole Fifth Grade
Between The World and Me
The Other Mozart
Remember the Journey to School Integration
The Hemingses of Monticello
Please, Baby Please
I Dream a World
Do you have any favorite books that you and your family share about African American history?