Open thread (and help a reporter out)

Chat amongst yourselves. But while you’re talking, see if you can help a writer with a story about children’s books:

I’m working on a series about African-American children’s books for Examiner.com
(National African-American Books Examiner)

Rise of African American Children’s Books, Children’s Book Week

If you recall any favorite titles or have recommendations, I’d appreciate your sharing those titles of African-American books for children ages 2-17.

If you’re a public figure, I’d like to quote you. :-)

If you have a blog or website, please also give me your link so I may link to you if I use your selections. If you have time to say why you like a particular book, please do so. If it’s a book you cherished that you’ve passed on to your child, please share that as well.

If you blog this topic or start a meme, even better. Please send me the link.

Thank you for your time. I know everyone’s busy.

Post responses here.

Nordette

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About Tami

Tami Winfrey Harris writes about race, feminism, politics and pop culture at the blog What Tami Said. Her work has also appeared online at The Guardian’s Comment is Free, Ms. Magazine blog, Newsweek, Change.org, Huffington Post and Racialicious. She is a graduate of the Iowa State University Greenlee School of Journalism. She is mom to two awesome stepkids and spends her spare time researching her family history and cultivating a righteous 'fro.
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