April 12, 2022 by Kidliomag 0 Comments

The Adventures of Princess Anyah of Antibarba by Eldonie Mason

Princess Anyah is a fun-loving six-year-old who lives with her family in a palace on the tropical island of Antibarba located in the Caribbean. Come join Princess Anyah as she goes on her first big adventure, a fishing expedition, with her dad, King Ananda. Who will catch the most fish? Let the adventure begin!

March 28, 2022 by Kidliomag 0 Comments

Little Black Girl You’re Such a Chocolate Cutie by Monique Leonard

This book is about a little chocolate girl. She learns through encouragement. And with support and affirmation, she learns just how beautiful and valuable she is. Go on this journey to get to know and learn about her.

December 28, 2021 by Kidliomag 0 Comments

My Black by Kaprice Hardy

My Black empowers our youth to love thy self. Dwelling on self acceptance, it teaches children to embrace their melanin and be their authentic self. Embrace your uniqueness. Embrace your beautiful features despite anyone else’s opinion. Your Black is beautiful!

October 31, 2021 by Kidliomag 0 Comments

We Can Do It! by Dawn McCuin

My book is about a young girl who creates a lot of chaos and mess around her home because she is an inventor and loves to try out new experiments. She has a brother who believes girls cannot be inventors and his sister is annoying more than anything. However, the little girl Raven takes her brother Russell on a historical journey about different black women in history that have invented wonderful creations that contribute to society, that we use every day.

September 21, 2021 by Kidliomag 0 Comments

My Beautiful Curly Hair by Kiana Holder, Arya Holder

This is a story about a little girl who struggles with keeping her hair neat all the time, but grows to love and accept her wild and messy hair.
Kiana and Arya think having messy hair is more fun. Keeping your hair neat all the time is a lot of work.

July 30, 2021 by Kidliomag 0 Comments

A Note to My Black Daughter… by Toya L. Adams-Driscal MEd.

A Note to My Black Daughter… is a positive, encouraging and inspiring note to our Black Daughters from their Moms. Being blessed to be chosen as the Mother of a Black Girl is an amazing feeling because Black Women are as magical as unicorns! It is extremely important to encourage our Daughters because the Black Woman has always been the least protected person in society. With that being said, it is important and very necessary that in a world that mistreats, abuses and tries to destroy them at every turn, they are able to find some confidence, support, solace and peace; what better way to offer them that then by sharing a note specifically addressed to them from the Woman who loves them the most?

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