Here are some #BlackBoyJoy books!

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Reading age : 4 - 8 years
In A Boy, a Budget, and a Dream Kass budgets her money carefully and expects her brother Joey to do the same. But Joey spends every dollar he earns. When he realizes he hasn't saved enough money to pay for something he's been dreaming about, Joey must either learn to budget or risk giving up his dream.

A Boy, A Budget, and a Dream helps teach financial literacy and money management to children ages 4-8 in a fun and easy to comprehend way.
Reading age : 3 - 7 years
In I Am Smart, I am Blessed, I Can Do Anything! it's a new day and Ayaan has woken up on the wrong side of the bed, where nothing feels quite right. What if he doesn't know the answer at school? What if he messes up? But as he sets out that morning, all it takes is a few reminders from his mom and some friends in the neighborhood to remind him that a new day is a good day because...
HE IS SMART,
HE IS BLESSED,
AND HE CAN DO ANYTHING!
Reading age : 3 - 8 years

In King Khalid is Proud King Khalid has a favorite pastime that keeps him up past his bedtime. After his father reinforces the rules and makes him go to bed on time, King Khalid finds a creative way around the rules that ultimately makes everyone proud.

In this inspiring book readers will explore how affirming it can be when someone tells you that they are proud of you. But imagine just how empowering it is when you do something that makes you proud of yourself! - This theme is what is explored in this awesome book. 

Reading age : 3 - 8 years


In The Joys of Being a Little Black Boy Roy will take young people on a vividly illustrated historical journey highlighting impactful Black men who were once joy-filled Black boys like Roy.

This 3-8 year old reader will diversify and fill your child's library with heart warming and smart illustrations by Christopher Turner.

This book features President Barack Obama, Charles Drew, Frederick Douglass, Langston Hughes, Colin Powell, John Baptiste Pointe Dusable, and many more!

There is also a Teacher/Parent guide that details the historical framework around the icons mentioned on Roy's journey.               

 

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