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Tags: Hyperion Books, Fiction, Martin Luther King, Lee & Low Books, Oxford University Press, Atheneum Books, Harper & Row Publishers, selected works, Effie Lee Newsome, National African American, Sandra E. Gibbs, Black Issues Book Review, Arna W. Bontemps, Sandra Bishop, Children's author, Macmillan Children's Book Group, Ysaye M. Belton, Black Caucus Members, Langston Hughes Boyd, Tonya Lewis Lee Leeper, Beverley Williams Lester, Sandra J. Johnson, Paula Peacock, McElderry Books, Kristin Jewell, Dolores Johnson-Feelings, Toni Morrison, Margo Hunter, Black Caucus, Orchard Books, Angela Johnson, Wade Hudson, Langston Humphrey, Macmillan Publishing, Andrea Bontemps, Christmas, Simon & Schuster, Sharon English, HarperCollins Children's Books, Poetry, Crown Publishing, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Greenwillow Press, Bryan Collier Greenfield, Us Books, Inc., Henry Holt & Company, Valerie Flournoy Giovanni, Christine King Feelings, Sharon G. Flournoy, Ziggy and the Black Dinosaurs, James Steptoe, African Americans, Synthia Steptoe, John Tarpley, Allison Shange, Nikki Giovanni, Young Children, Mildred Pitts Walton, Ntozake Smalls, Mildred D. Thomas, Aunt Harriet, Little, Brown & Company, Albert Whitman & Company, Irene St. James, Melodye Benson Samuels, Greenwillow Books
Content: National African American Read-In Sponsored by the Black Caucus of NCTE/4Cs
Supplemental List for Young children Recommended by Black Caucus Members Compiled by Sandra E. Gibbs The following list contains selected works for young children recommended by Black Caucus members. This is a starter list and not intended to be all inclusive. In addition to this list, we recommend the following resource for a list of books: Black Issues Book Review.
AUTHOR Barnwell, Ysaye M. Belton, Sandra Bishop, Rudine Sims Blake-Garrett, Andrea Bontemps, Arna W. Bontemps, Arna W. & Langston Hughes Boyd, Candy Dawson Bradby, Marie Bray, Rosemary L. **Out of print. Check at your local library.
TITLE No Mirrors in My Nana's House, Harcourt Brace & Co., 1998. McKendree, Greenwillow Books, 2000. Fiction Wonders: The Best Children's Poems of Effie Lee Newsome, Boyds Mills Press, 1999. [Ages 4-8] The Adventures of Izzy & JuJu: Twin Detective Investigators (T.D.I.): The Case of the Missing Egg!, AuthorHouse, 2012. The Adventures of Izzy & JuJu: Twin Detective Investigators (T.D.I.): The Case of the Missing Flowers, AuthorHouse, 2011. Bubber Goes to Heaven, Oxford University PRESS, 1998. [Ages 9-12] Popo & Fifina, Oxford University Press, 1932. Reissued 1993. Fiction Breadsticks and Blessing Places, Macmillan Children's Book Group, 1985. (Children's author. Plus any of her other works.)** More Than Anything Else, Orchard Books, 1996. Fiction [Ages 5-8] Martin Luther King, Greenwillow Books, 1995. Biography 1
Bridges, Ruby Bryan, Ashley Burrowes, Adjoa J. Caines, Jeannette Campbell, Bebe Moore Chocolate, Debbi Clifton, Lucille Coleman, Evelyn Crews, Donald Curtis Christopher Paul DeVeaux, Alexis **Out of print. Check at your local library.
Through My Eyes, Scholastic Press, 1999. Autobiography Beautiful Blackbird, Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2003. Ashley Bryan's ABC of African American poetry, Simon & Schuster, 1997. Poetry Sing to the Sun, HarperCollins Children's Books, 1992. Poetry (Children's author. Plus any of his other works. [Ages 4+] Turtle Knows Your Name, Macmillan Children's Book Group, 1989. Folklore Grandma's Purple Flowers, Lee & Low Books, Inc. 2000. Just Us Women, Harper & Row Publishers, 1982. Fiction [Ages 6-10] Sometimes My Mommy Gets Angry, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 2003. On The Day I Was Born, Scholastic, 1995. Fiction [Ages 5-9] Three Wishes, Doubleday, 1992. Fiction (Children's author. Plus any of her other works which include poetry for secondary and adult.) Born in Sin, Atheneum Books, 2004. To Be A Drum, Albert Whiteman & Co., 1998. Folktale [Ages 4-8] White Socks Only, Albert Whitman & Co., 1995. Fiction [Ages 8+] Cloudy Day, Sunny Day, Harcourt Brace & Company, 1999. Bucking the Sarge, Random House. 2004. Bud, Not Buddy, Delacorte Press, 1999. The Watson Go To Birmingham--1963, Bantam Doubleday Dell, 1995. Fiction [Ages 5+] An Enchanted Hair Tale, Harper & Row Publishers, 1987. 2
Draper, Sharon English, Karen Farris, Christine King Feelings, Tom & Muriel Feelings Flake, Sharon G. Flournoy, Vanessa & Valerie Flournoy Giovanni, Nikki Giovanni, Nikki & Bryan Collier Greenfield, Eloise **Out of print. Check at your local library.
[Ages 5-8] Copper Sun, Atheneum Books, 2006. [Ages 14+] Romiette and Julio, Simon & Schuster, 1999. Forged By Fire, Atheneum Books, 1997. [Ages 12+] Ziggy and the Black Dinosaurs: Lost in the Tunnel of Time, Just Us Books, Inc., 1996. Fiction [Ages 12+] Ziggy and the Black Dinosaurs, Just Us Books, Inc., 1994. [Ages 12+] Neeny Coming, Neeny Going, Toll Communications, 1996. My Brother Martin: A Sister Remembers Growing Up: With the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Simon & Schuster, 2003. Moja Means One: Swahili Counting Book, Dial, 1987. Non-Fiction [Ages 4-8] The Skin I'm In, Hyperion Books, 1998. [Ages 10+] Celie and the Harvest Fiddler, Tambourine Books, 1995. Fiction [Ages 8-10] The Genie In The Jar, Henry Holt & Company, 1996. Poetry [Ages 3-7] The Sun Is So Quiet, Henry Holt & Company, 1996. Poetry [Ages 5-9} GrandMothers Poems, Reminiscences, & Short Stories about the Keepers of Our Traditions, Henry Holt & Company, 1996. Shimmy Shimmy Shimmy Like My Sister Kate: Looking at the Harlem Renaissance through Poems, Henry Holt & Company, 1996. Spin a Soft Black Song, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1987. Fiction [Ages 4-10] Rosa, Henry Holt & Co., 2005. Paul Robeson, Lee & Low Books, 2009. [Ages 1-6] 3
Grimes, Nikki Hamilton, Virginia Hardrick, Jackie Hartman, Bena Holman, Sandy Lynne **Out of print. Check at your local library.
The Friendly Four, Amistad, 2006. Poetry [Ages 4-8] When the Horses Ride By, Lee & Low Books, 2006. Poetry In the Land of Words: New and Selected Poems, HarperCollins, 2004 [Ages 4-8] I Draw a Weeposaur and Other Dinosaurs, Greenwillow Press, 2001 [Ages 4+] Angels, Hyperion Books, 1998. Easter Parade, Hyperion Books, 1998. Fiction Nathaniel Talking, Writers & Readers Publishing, 1988. Poetry [Ages 7-12] Honey, I Love & Other Love Poems, HarperCollins Children's Books, 1986. [Ages 6-10] (Plus any of her other works.) Danitra Brown Leaves Town, HarperCollins, 2002. Stepping Out With Grandma Mae, Orchard Books, 2001. Hopscotch Love: A Family Treasury of Love Poems, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books, 1999. Poetry Come Sunday, William B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1996. [Ages 5-8] From A Child's Heart, Just Us Books, 1993. [Ages 3-5] Bluish, Scholastic, Inc., 1999. Zeely, Macmillan Publishing, 1987. Fiction [Ages 8-14] Imani in Never Say Goodbye, Enlighten Publications, 2003. Imani in Young Love & Deception, Enlighten Publications, 1999. September's Big Assignment, Ferne Press, 2012. Jasmine Can: Creating Self-Confidence, Ferne Press, 2011. We All Have a Heritage, The Cultural C.O.O.P., 2002. Grandpa, Is Everything Black Bad?, The Cultural C.O.O.P., 2000. 4
Hudson, Cheryl & Wade Hudson (eds.) Hughes, Langston Humphrey, Margo Hunter, Kristin Jewell, Sandra J. Johnson, Angela Johnson, Dolores Johnson-Feelings, Dianne (ed.) Lee, Spike & Tonya Lewis Lee Leeper, Beverley Williams Lester, Julius Mathis, Sharon Bell **Out of print. Check at your local library.
In Praise of Our Fathers and Our Mothers: A black family Treasury by Outstanding Authors and Artists, Just Us Books, 1997. The Dream Keeper and Other Poems, Alfred Knopf. Inc., 1994. The River That Gave Gifts, Children's Book Press, 1987. [Ages 5-8] The Soul Brothers and Sister Lou, The Women's Press, 1997. Paula Peacock Discovers She is Unique, RoseDog Books, 2005. Looking for Red, Simon Pulse, 2002. The Wedding, Orchard Books, 1999. Toning the Sweep, Scholastic, 1994. Fiction [Ages 12+] When I Am Old With You, Orchard Books, 1990. [Ages 4-8] What Kind Of Baby-Sitter Is This?, Macmillan Publishing, 1991. [Ages 3-5] What Will Mommy Do When I'm at School, Macmillan Publishing, 1990. [Ages 3-5] The Best of the Brownies Book, Oxford University Press, 1996. (Original stories from The Brownies Book, a 1920's magazine for African American children.) Please, Baby, Please, Simon & Schuster, 2002. Shayla & The Dream Factory, Sterling Signatures, 2006. The Blues Singers: Ten Who Rocked The World, Hyperion Books, 2001. [Ages 10+] What A Truly Cool World, Scholastic, 1999. John Henry, Dial Books for Young Readers, 1994. Folktale Ray Charles, Lee & Low Books, 2001. 5
McKissack, Patricia C. Medearis, Angela Shelf Medina, Tony Mendez, Phil Mitchell, Margaree King Morrison, Toni Morrison, Toni & Slade Morrison Moses, Shelia Myers, Christopher Myers, Walter Dean Pinkney, Andrea Davis Price, Hope Lynne **Out of print. Check at your local library.
Porch Lies: Tales of Slicksters, Tricksters, and Other Wily Characters, Schwartz & Wade Books, 2006. Goin' Someplace Special, Atheneum Books, 2001. Color Me Dark: The Diary of Nellie Lee Love, the Great Migration North, Scholastic, 2000. Poppa's New Pants, Holiday House, 1995. (Plus any of her other works.) Love to Langston, Lee & Low Books, 2002. The Black Snowman, Scholastic, 1989. [Ages 5-8] Uncle Jed's Barbershop, Simon & Schuster, 1993. Remember: The Journey to School Integration, Houghton Mifflin, 2004. The Big Box, Hyperion Books, 1999. Book of Mean People, Disney Press, 2002. Fiction The Return of Buddy Bush, McElderry Books, 2006. The Legend of Buddy Bush, McElderry Books, 2004. Black Cat, Scholastic, 1999. At Her Majesty's Request: An African Princess in Victorian England, Scholastic, 1999. History Brown Angels: An Album of Pictures & Verse, HarperCollins Children's Books, 1993. (Plus any of his other works.) Let It Shine: Stories of black women freedom fighters, Harcourt, 2000. Duke Ellington, The Piano Prince and His Orchestra, Hyperion Books, 1998. [Ages 5-9] Hold Fast to Dreams, Morrow Junior Books, 1995. Fiction [Ages 10-12] These Hands, Hyperion Books, 1999. 6
Ringgold, Faith Rollins, Charlemae Hill (ed.) Rosales, Melodye Benson Samuels, Allison Shange, Ntozake Smalls, Irene St. James, Synthia Steptoe, James Steptoe, John Tarpley, Natasha Taylor, Mildred D. Thomas, Joyce Carol **Out of print. Check at your local library.
My Dream of Martin Luther King, Crown Publishing, 1995. Dinner at Aunt Connie's House, Hyperion Books, 1993. Aunt Harriet's Underground Railroad in the Sky, Crown Publishing, 1992. Children (Plus any of her other works.) Tar Beach, Crown Publishing, 1991. [Ages 4-9] Christmas Gif': An Anthology of Christmas Poems, Songs, & Stories, by and about African Americans, William Morrow & Co., 1993. Minnie Saves the Day, Little, Brown & Company, 2000. Leola and the HoneyBears, Scholastic, 1999. `Twas the Night B'fore Christmas: An African-American Version, Scholastic, 1996. Christmas Soul: African American Holiday Stories, Hyperion Books, 2001. Ellington Was Not A Street, Simon & Schuster, 2004. Don't Say Ain't, Talewinds Books, 2003. Kevin and His Dad, Little, Brown & Company, 1999. Irene Jennie & the Christmas Masquerade: The Johnkankus, Little, Brown & Company, 1996. (Plus any of her other works.) Ebony Seas, Longmeadow Press, 1995. The Gifts of Kwanzaa, Albert Whitman & Co., 1994. In Daddy's Arms I Am Tall: African Americans Celebrating Fathers, Lee & Low Books, 1997. Stevie, HarperCollins, 1986. [Ages 4-9] I Love My Hair!, Little, Brown & Company, 1998. [Ages 3-8] The Well: David's Story, Dial Publishers, 1995. [Ages 8-12] (Plus any of her other works.) The Angel's Lullaby, Hyperion Books, 2000. [Ages 1-3] 7
Turner, Glennette Tilley Walter, Mildred Pitts Walton, Darwin McBeth Williams-Garcia, Rita Woodson, Jacqueline Wyeth, Sharon Dennis Yarbrough, Camille
Brown Honey in Broomwheat Tea, HarperCollins Children's Books, 1993. Poetry Fort Mose: And the Story of the Man Who Built the First Free Black Settlement in Colonial America, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. 2010. [Ages 4-8]. An Apple for Harriet Tubman, Albert Whitman & Company, 2006. [Ages 7-9]. Follow in Their Footsteps: Biographies of Ten Outstanding African Americans, Cobblehill Books, 1997. Biography and Dramatic Skits Second Daughter: The Story of a Slave Girl, Scholastic, 1996. Fiction [Ages 12+] Dance, Kayla, Albert Whitman & Company, 1998. [Ages 9+] Like Sisters on the Homefront, Puffin Books, 1995. [young adult] (Plus any of her other works.) Show Way, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 2005. [Ages 5+] The Other Side, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 2001. Sweet, Sweet Memory, Hyperion Books, 2000. [Ages 5-9] Lena, Random House, 1999. Fiction [Young Adult] A Piece of Heaven, Random House, 2001. Something Beautiful, Bantam Doubleday Dell, 1998. The Little Tree Growin' in the Shade, Putnam Publishing, 1996. Fiction [Ages 7-10] Cornrows, Putnam Publishing, 1992. Fiction.
**Out of print. Check at your local library.

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