This book is about a girl named Janell and her imaginary friend Neesie. Although my kids do not currently have any imaginary friends (at least not that I know of), they really enjoyed this book and totally caught on to the idea that Neesie was not real.
This was a beautiful story about a young girl with a brand new baby brother. She watches how her mother cares for her baby brother and decides that she wants her very own baby to care for.
This story features a little girl whose mother is black and father is white. Throughout the book she notices the many differences between her mother and father (not just physical differences, but for example, differences in their likes and dislikes.)
Being completely honest, I really don't like doing my daughter's hair. For that matter, she really doesn't like having her hair done! However, this book is a great reminder to love your hair and wear it with pride.
My daughter loved this book. While we were reading it, she emphatically announced that "girl's rule!" This book features beautiful photographs of females of all ages and colors.
Amanda Bean loves math. In fact, she is great at counting. She can count by ones, twos, fives, and tens. However, in school she is learning to multiply.
This book is about a little girl and the love she has for her grandmother. A big hug and smile is always awaiting her at her grandmother's house.
This is a fun little story about a girl and her developing interest in dance. She attempts many forms of dance including the jig, line dancing, ballet, and tap dancing.
My kids enjoyed this book. In fact, my daughter expressed interest in taking Tae Kwon Do, although the desire was short-lived! The book is about a girl named JoJo who is getting ready for her final test for her yellow belt promotion, which is to break a board with a flying sidekick.
Surprisingly, this book is about the "adventures" of a young girl trying to avoid getting her hair combed and braided.
This cute book is based on the Disney Playhouse show Charlie and Lola. Lola goes to her friend Lotta's house to have a sleepover.
This is the story of a young girl listening to her Grandmama tell of her days as a girl in the 1940s wanting to play baseball.