From uplifting anthologies to thought-provoking histories, explore a range of titles honouring the richness of Black experiences. Join us in discovering and celebrating Black History Month and Black voices through the power of storytelling.
An uplifting and empowering anthology of joyful contributions from 52 contemporary Black voices. Ages 8-12.
This historical fiction novel, based on the real-life story of CR Patterson, the first African American automobile company, celebrates Black excellence in historical fiction. For readers interested in historical fiction and strong female characters.
A heartwarming and uplifting story about self-discovery, love and acceptance, with a focus on Black joy and queer pride.
For those seeking a relatable and engaging collection of short stories that explore the diverse experiences and perspectives of Black teenagers, with a focus on themes of identity, self-discovery and the power of geek culture.
Explore Afrofuturism, a concept that envisions a more empowering future for the Black community through the lens of music, art and speculative fiction.
Michael Harriot removes white sugarcoating from the American story, placing Black people squarely at the centre. He humorously challenges power and tells lesser-known stories about Black Americans' experiences, changing how history is understood.
A mix of biography, criticism, and memoir, Shine Bright is Danyel Smith’s intimate history of Black women’s music as the foundational story of American pop.
Baxter is a queer Black porter on a sleeping car train that travels cross country across Canada. Readers interested in the intersection of race and sexuality in 1920s Canada will enjoy this book.