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Research conveys when children see themselves in school, they feel represented and validated. Thus, the purpose of the books is to make sure that children of color see themselves represented well and more often in children's literature and curriculum.

Books are available on AMAZON or through

Hidden Heroes

Hidden Heroes and the Youth Who Led Us tells the story of how a group of courageous students brought people together during the Civil Rights Movement. From young heroes such as Diane Nash and the Freedom Riders to Ruby Bridges and the Little Rock Nine, the book teaches readers about how to peacefully resist bullying and how to make schools safe for everyone.

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She Looks Like Me!

Released in August 2021, This is story of discovery of hidden figures in Black History! The main character is an African American girl named Elena. Elena notices that the characters in the books her teacher read do not have people in them that look like her.  Elena goes on into the library and finds something amazing! 

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Activity Book

The Activity Books reinforce the story of She Looks Like Me while enhancing children's fine motor skills through coloring, tracing, matching, and word searches. 

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"I love everything about this book!"
Angela Zolko-Lundy, Parent

"The book gives  young brown and black boys and girls relatability to those who look like them and the confidence to know that they too can be history makers."
Anita Brown, Parent

"Thank you for writing such an amazing book!  My daughter enjoyed reading it."
Cokeana Johnson, Parent

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