The gifting holidays is almost here, so what are you getting your kids. Or your kids young teens or toddlers?
There are some great gift ideas for your child. But you are tired of buying them toys and electronics that does nothing to stimulate them 

These five books written by various authors, as well as a couple of African-American. Which are all about the young children of color and their thirst for knowledge and acceptance.

The New York Times best selling authors Jason Reynolds and Ibram X.Kendi pen you Stamped (For Kids). This book is remarkable for kids, as it spins them to the past and present.

Shedding light on where racist ideals came from. It also identifies how it impacts America today.

The artwork is eye catching and relevant to your young child. And the details will draw them into the story and helps to them to understand the who, the why and the what of racism.

Stamped (For Kids) Racism, Anti-racism, and You is available by clicking here.

About the authors

Jason Reynold is a best selling author of may books and has received numerous awards. Including, an NAACP Image award. He lives in Washington DC, and you can hit him up at

Ibram X. KendiI, is also a best selling author, and he lives in Boston. You may reach him at

The other Top 4 books to buy for kids are:

  1. Juneteenth For Mazie by Floyd Cooper
  2. We Love Rosie! by Cynthia Rylant
  3. The Seeds of Friendship by Michael Foreman
  4. Rita & Ralph’s Rotten Day by Carmen Agra Deedy & Peter Oswald

So, there you go, you have been advised to pamper your kids with a jump on reading. In the long run they will think you for it.


Happy holidays from The Narrative Matters!

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