Cover images of diverse picture books A Story About Afiya by poet James Berry and Anna Cunha, Sing to the Moon by Nansabuga Nagadya Isdahl and Sandra van Doorn, and Maisie's Scrapbook by Samuel Narh and Jo Loring-Fisher
A woman reading diverse picture book A Story About Afiya by poet James Berry and Anna Cunha; the opened page shows a girl of colour in a floral dress dancing in front of trees
Illustration from diverse picture book Sing to the Moon by Nansabuga Nagadya Isdahl and Sandra van Doorn showing a a young boy and older man of colour marveling at a constellation of stars and animals which has appeared in the room
A young girl of colour from above, reading the diverse picture book Maisie's Scrapbook by Samuel Narh and Jo Loring-Fisher in which a mixed-race family is examining plants and a second illustration shows the young girl pointing at a greenhouse outside

    Black Lives Matter (hardcover)

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      A beautiful collection of stories showing the joyful and magical lives of Black children written by Black authors.

       

      A Story About Afiya by James Berry and Anna Cunha

      Some people have dresses for every occasion but Afiya needs only one. Her dress records the memories of her childhood, from roses in bloom to pigeons in flight, from tigers at the zoo to October leaves falling. A joyful celebration of a young girl’s childhood, written by the late Coretta Scott King Book Award-winning Jamaican poet James Berry.

      Sing to the Moon by Nansubuga Nagadya Isdahl and Sandra Van Doorn

      WINNER CHILDREN'S AFRICANA BEST BOOK AWARD

      For one little Ugandan boy, no wish is too big. First he dreams of reaching the stars and then of riding a supernova straight to Mars. But on a rainy day at his grandfather’s house, he is brought down to earth with a bump. Do adventures only happen in galaxies far away or can he find magic a little closer to home?

      Maisie's Scrapbook by Samuel Narh and Jo Loring-Fisher

      Winner Northern Lights Book Awards Family category

      As the seasons turn, Maisie rides her bull in and out of Dada’s tall tales. Her Mama wears linen and plays the viola. Her Dada wears kente cloth and plays the marimba. They come from different places, but they hug her in the same way. And most of all, they love her just the same. A joyful celebration of a mixed-race family and the love that binds us all together.

       

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