An education can change a child’s whole world. Instilling a love of reading in your child is one of the greatest things you can do for his or her education. Many parents work hard to encourage a love of reading in their children, but they need to find the right books. It just seems that there are wildly too few books for little Black boys and girls. During the middle school / tween years, your child is in a critical period of formation, where they can really learn to love reading. It is even more difficult to find books in the age range 9-12 for African American kids. They are craving books with a sense of adventure and with an inherent recognition of the beauty and joy of being who they are. We have compiled this list of 14 books for African American Tweens that we think are a great mix of happy-go-lucky fun and more thought-provoking stories.
We put together a list of fun Schitt’s Creek gift ideas for the hardcore (or casual) fans. And the great thing about these Schitt’s Creek gifts is that they are hand made by small merchants and then sold on Amazon!
Greenlights, The Fun and Adventurous Matthew McConaughey Book that Just Dropped, Is All About ‘Recalibrating’
Matthew McConaughey’s wrote his memoir, Greenlights, by spending several rounds of solitary weeks in the desert, parsing and consolidating years of his journals. This is the first Matthew McConaughey book we’ve ever seen from a well known, academy-award winning actor and producer (now turned author).
Every book mentioned on the Catholic Stuff You Should Know Podcast (CSYSK). Since the Podcast does not provide show notes, we compile the resources they mention. These are the books mentioned on Catholic Stuff You Should Know.
If you are interested in the history of Pandemics (and more specifically, the Spanish Flu) then this article is for you. These are the Top 4 Spanish Flu Books.