Tag: Black History Month

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Review: How Do You Spell Unfair? by Carole Boston Weatherford

Review: How Do You Spell Unfair? by Carole Boston Weatherford

Nonfiction Children’s Book Review How Do You Spell Unfair? by Carole Boston Weatherford and illustrated by Frank Morrison is full of lots of opportunities for learning. From Black history to vocabulary to coping with disappointment, this nonfiction children’s book packs a big impact for readers young and old. How Do You Spell Unfair? is the […]

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7 Cookbooks That Celebrate Soul Food

7 Cookbooks That Celebrate Soul Food

Posted February 19, 2023 by Richetta in Book Themes, Themed Reading List

I love soul food! I recently checked out a few soul food cookbooks from the library. So I thought I would put together a quick list of old and new cookbooks by Black chefs. Soul food recipes are steeped in tradition. They include knowledge handed down through generations. As a traditionalist when it comes to […]

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Enjoying Some Mood Reading Fun in February

Enjoying Some Mood Reading Fun in February

Posted February 5, 2022 by Richetta in Monthly Reading Goals

As we transition from the longest month ever to the shortest month in the calendar, I am a little behind schedule for putting together my February Reading Hopefuls List. This month is packed full of celebration… Black History Month, Valentine’s Day, President’s Day and the most important of all…My Birthday!!! So anything goes for this […]

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Celebrate Black History Month With a Reading Challenge

Celebrate Black History Month With a Reading Challenge

Posted February 1, 2022 by Richetta in Book Excitement

Since it’s the first day of Black History Month, I thought I would shout out some of my fellow Black Bookstagrammers and shine a spotlight on the reading challenges and Book Tours they created! I am participating in two year-long reading challenges so far and one Black History Month Book Tour. So let’s celebrate Black […]

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