Are These HBCU Children's Books On Your Bookshelf?

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Reading age : 4 - 8 years
HBCU Night  tells the story of a young ambitious girl named, Imani, who is curious about what an HBCU is.
Follow along as Imani's mother and brother help her discover excellence at the greatest HBCU celebration of all time!
Reading age : Not Provided
In Henry's Going To An HBCU, join brother and sister duo Henry and Hope as Historically Black Colleges and Universities are explained in this delightful children’s story.
The author's sincere hope is that this book encourages future generations to become HBCU scholars!
Reading age : 4-6 years

In A Is For Ancestors, your child can have a glimpse into the joys of an HBCU. This fun and interactive ABC book uses rhyme and vibrant pictures to showcase the best that HBCUs offer, including lifelong friendships, caring professors, new social activities, and preparation for exciting careers. 

A Is for Ancestors includes engaging questions for younger readers and a resource guide for families and older children to explore the history and value of an HBCU education.

Reading age : 7-9 years

In Hey Tuskegee!, follow siblings Robbie and Saniyah as they relive the outstanding accomplishments of iconic African-Americans, including the university's founder, Booker T. Washington.

Take in the spirit and pageantry of Homecoming as the Marching Crimson Pipers entertain and lead more than 30,000 fans in singing the university's signature songs.

After the game, witness the Black Greek sororities' and fraternities' comradery as they passionately sing their traditional songs. Then, share the families' pride when they take a generational picture with their Legacy Brick.               


Visit our Bookshop Store to purchase more HBCU children's books!

Check out our new toy that features this throwback toy with Black representation.

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