Parenting: Recommended Reading For Black History Month
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In celebration of Black History Month, NY1 Parenting Correspondent Shelley Goldberg spoke with Robyn Mutnick, a librarian for the New York Public Library, about some kid-friendly titles that showcase black history.
We Are The Ship
Words and Paintings by Kadir Nelson
Foreward by Hank Aaron
Art From Her Heart
Written by Kathy Whitehead
Illustrated by Shane Evans
Playing to Win: The Story Of Althea Gibson
Written by Karen Deans
Illustrated by Elbrite Brown
Child of the Civil Rights Movement
Written by Paula Young Shelton
Illustrated by Raul Colon
Sit-In: How Four Friends Stood Up By Sitting Down
Written by Andrea Pinkney and Brian Pinkney