"Leon's Story is a powerful, wonderful thing!" -- Nikki Giovanni
I remember that as a young boy I used to look in the mirror and I would curse my color, my...
A boy. A birthday. A dream of a better life far, far away.
In 1964, living in Mississippi was like living in a foreign country.
The Coretta Scott King Award-winning novel, set in the 1940s segregated South, of a girl whose act of moral courage endangers her family.
17 stories make up this unique collection of folktales brought to life by illustrations throughout the text.
This compelling story, powerfully and poignantly illustrated, is a memorable celebration of courage, hope, and unselfish love.
When General George Washington is elected the first President of the United States, his wife chooses young Oney Judge, a house slave who works as a seamstress...
A favorite collection of thirty-five poems for and about black children celebrates the energy and joy of life.
"Martins' black-and-white drawings exude...