Multicultural and diverse Children’s books. Picture books featuring African American kids, as well as books for middle grade and middle readers



Being a girl in today’s world is hard enough. With social media constantly projecting an unrealistic image of “perfection” and unrealized happiness, girls face an uphill battle in their mind as they try to navigate their current world.

Being a black girl today is even harder. Additional judgements and stereotypes are placed on black girls that can have them suffering from low confidence and self-esteem, wondering if it’s about them, or the color of their skin.

Finally, there’s good news.

Melodie Williams is here to lead black girls to increased inner confidence and self esteem in a world which seems devoted to tearing them down.

A Confident Me, by Melodie Williams will teach black teens how to:

Foster Self Love

Make better decisions

Stand tall in their integrity and values

and navigate the pitfalls and challenges that face them.

Girls of color will love A Confident Me because Melodie Williams uses real life stories and experiences to reveal the lessons that help them become… Confident

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Hope and Andy

Oh, the bane that is a brother! Hope is Andy’s big sister, but she’s finding that being a big sister

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Larry The Lamp

Fully illustrated eBook, for ages 2 years and up. A perfect Bedtime Story for a toddler. Follow Alfred and Larry

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The Mcgrittle Files Book 1

The McGrittle Files: The Hall Monitor is an exciting new detective children’s chapter book series from a promising new author

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Hope Learns To Jump Rope

Hope is a six year old all American girl who learns valuable life long lessons from her goals and adventures.

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Jasmine Jones is Lost in Paris

I can not believe this is my life. I am on an enviable trip to Paris, the city of lights

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