Pan African Children's Books

29 Pan African Children’s Books!

 Tallulah the Tooth Fairy CEO

Pan African Children's Books

Add ones we’ve missed in the comments 🙂

List somewhat compiled by www.binoandfino.com
“Here at Bino and Fino, we are always on the look out for things that will help nurture young minds.  Finding children’s books for kids that have a black girl as the protagonist or the main character can be tricky. This is because of the fact that there is very little visibility of black & brown kids in the world of children’s books.  This is changing with campaigns such as We Need Diverse Books calling for more diversity in children’s books.

If you like any of these books and are looking for similar titles check out Tutu’s Storybook’s. They specialize in selling a wide variety of Pan African children’s books that celebrate black heritage & diversity for early readers.”

About Taji Mag

Taji Mag is the physical embodiment of the positive Black experience. Our brand embodies the traditional and modern royalty of Pan-African people via our quarterly print and digital publication and live events. While reclaiming OUR narratives and imagery, Taji offers our readers quality advice to assist them economically, healthy options to maintain a happy lifestyle, think pieces to test the societal norms that are not meant for us, #BlackLoveConvo to increase the self and communal love in all aspects, and beauty and fashion inspiration to sustain the legacy of our Black artistry.

4 thoughts on “29 Pan African Children’s Books!

  1. Hello! I would like to share a bilingual children’s book I wrote, entitled Fanmi Mwen (My Family). Written in Haitian Creole and English. Fanmi Mwen (My Family) is the first book in the ZOE BEAUTEE little readers collection. “Expressing Beauty Through Language” Meet Carline and a few members in her family! You and your child will enjoy this great interactive bilingual book. Your child will be so excited to discuss and write the different members in their family, right inside of the book! Written in Haitian Creole and English, with vibrant illustration and simple sentences, it is sure to be a family favorite.

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