Non-Fiction Children Books About African Americans

Read some wonderful Books about African Americans with your children and share in the spirit of African Americans throughout the centuries.

From civil rights activists to well-known African-Americans, there’s no better way to show children what can be accomplished by reading about actual people. However, many biographies are geared toward independent readers and older.

By reading these books, children can develop empathy and a deeper understanding of the struggles faced by people who have been oppressed and learn to stand up for what is right.

Be sure to check out even more age-appropriate Black History Month books about the African American experience.

You can find these non-fiction children books about African Americans at your local library or purchase through the links provided for your convenience.

Non-Fiction Children Books About African Americans | Mommy Evolution

Non-Fiction Children Books About African Americans

Two books that my boys particularly loved was Wilma Unlimited: How Wilma Rudolph Became the World’s Fastest Woman and Bad News for Outlaws: The Remarkable Life of Bass Reeves, Deputy U.S. Marshal

Non-Fiction African American Books for Kids

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    I have also gathered with fellow bloggers to share even more ideas to celebrate Black History Month, hosted by a personal favorite destination — Multicultural Kid Blogs.


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