Books

Seasoned actress, reality star and daytime personality Garcelle Beauvais did some reflecting in her new memoir, 'Love Me As I Am,' and she confessed to dropping the ball in a short-lived fling with sports legend Michael Jordan.

The hit ABC sitcom 'Abbott Elementary' is teaming up with Scholastic to provide underfunded schools with free books.

In honor of National Reading Month, here are four books you and your kids and teens should be reading this month, and these books just so happen to be written by Black authors too! 

A new children’s book will capture Ruby Bridges’ story; illustrating her bravery and resilience.

Will Smith’s Book Club has teamed up with the Creative Artists Agency Foundation for the creation of a mentorship program.

The space where Detroit’s first Black-owned bookstore lived has received a preservation grant from the National Park Service.

Fans can pre-order the book, which will be on shelves on September 27, 2022.

Both books discuss perspectives and experiences not commonly represented in literature, providing a more representative selection for students. Claims that the content is “pornographic” are unfounded.  

Saturday Karen Clark of Foxy 107.1/104.3 & Lauren Johnson of ABC 11 talked with Tabitha Brown at the Healthy, Whole, & Living Out My Dreams Conference For All Women. Brown shares her story of her mother always being present, that along with several vegan recipes can be found in her new book, "Feeding The Soul (because it's my business)"

Ciara and Russell Wilson are releasing a children’s book that illustrates the beauty of following your dreams.

A children’s book inspired by ‘The 1619 Project’ is slated to hit shelves this fall.

Reading books may be going out of style in America, but there are seemingly more published Black authors today than ever before.