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Nneka Myers

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Books in Bloom

Springtime means warmer weather, a season of renewal, and fresh new books perfect for spring holidays, blooming garden parties, and outdoor adventures! Whether you’re hosting the holidays or looking to flex your green thumb, we have everything you need to gift, garden, and grow this spring. Check out our highlights below to browse our favorite

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The Real Santa

Join one Black family on their journey to discover what Santa looks like in this joyous tale celebrating identity, family and holiday cheer! It’s not Christmas without Santa! But what does Santa truly look like? Does he match the figurines on the mantel, or the faces on our favorite holiday sweaters? Does he look like

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The Real Santa

Elijah’s Easter Suit

In a story full of style, sass, and significance, a young boy goes on a quest for the perfect Easter church outfit, inspired by elders from his community. Along the way learns about the importance of Easter traditions to his family, his ancestors, and the Black church. Elijah is on a mission to find the perfect

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Celebrate Freedom on Juneteenth

Juneteenth commemorates the day the last enslaved people were emancipated in the United States on June 19, 1865. This Juneteenth, celebrate freedom via Black authors and trailblazers whose work continues to shape our culture, celebrates liberation, and acknowledges the ongoing work towards freedom and equality, still necessary over 150 years later. More Juneteenth Titles

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Mama’s Home

A gorgeously illustrated picture book that is a powerful love letter to chosen families and the village that raises us. A young girls basks in the love of her community–which includes not only her mother but the many different women who make up her world. Home can be a blue house with white trim you

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Mama’s Home

Special Q&A with editor Kwame Mbalia about his anthology, BLACK BOY JOY!

This month, the Penguin Random House Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Outreach committee is happy to share a special Q&A with editor Kwame Mbalia about his anthology, BLACK BOY JOY!       What gave you the idea to create this anthology? How did you go about choosing which contributors you wanted to participate?   This

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