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African American Books for Toddlers

Whose Toes Are Those?

Whose Toes Are Those?

Children are invited to explore their toes by playing "This Little Piggy."

I Can Do It Too!

I Can Do It Too!

Supported by her family, an African American girl is self confident about what she can do and in turn supports a younger family member.

Honey Baby Sugar Child

Honey Baby Sugar Child

A mother expresses her everlasting love for her child.

Peekaboo Morning

Peekaboo Morning

A toddler plays peek-a-boo throughout the day.

Yo, Jo!

Yo, Jo!

Jomar greets his neighbors using slang, but his grandfather wants to hear some more traditional words.

Rain Feet

Rain Feet

A very young boy in a yellow slicker enjoys playing in the rain.

Lola at the Library

Lola at the Library

Every Tuesday Lola and her mother visit their local library to return and check out books and attend story readings.

I Smell Honey

I Smell Honey

I Love My Hair!

I Love My Hair!

A young African American girl describes the different, wonderful ways she can wear her hair.

Max Paints the House

Max Paints the House

Little Pink, Max, and Big Blue try to paint the house to match the sky, but the sky keeps changing.