Whatever the world may say about the importance of children's books as an influence on children's lives, that saying may go double for African-American children. Black children have not always had positive images of themselves or their families in literature.
Children's Book Week, May 11-17, offers an opportunity to spotlight progress in books written for African-American children or books that have positive images for black children written by black authors. This post is part one of a four-piece series.
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