This month I’m proud to be participating in Multicultural Kids Blog Black History Month with my recommended reading of African American Toddler Books.
Can you imagine growing up, never seeing yourself in the books that you read with your parents? Having a child see themselves represented in books is amazing! Don’t wait until they’re old enough to start reading — the time is now.
Be sure to check out even more age-appropriate Black History Month books about the African American experience.
You can find these African American toddler books at your local library or purchase through the affiliate links provided for your convenience.
Toddler Books about African American Children
And honestly, even if you don’t have an African American child, it’s important that our children see others represented as having an important voice and experience.
This is the exact reason I have proudly participated in this hop for the past four years, including:
- Non fiction picture books about African Americans
- African American Children Books about Women
- Martin Luther King Jr Books for Kids
- Children’s books for Black History Month
Welcome to our fifth annual Black History Month Blog Hop, where together we explore the rich history and cultures of Africa and the African diaspora.
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