EyeSeeMe African American Children’s Books is an Bookstore with an online platform that promotes a positive self image for Brown Boys and Girls as I like to say. Founded by Pamela and Jeffrey Blair in Missouri, they have offerings for individual, schools and non profits. They are also partnered with several national institutions where there publications are more accessible in different communities. There mission is “to be a resource to parents, teachers, and schools in providing the very best children’s books on the market that promote positive images and stories about African American culture and history. As a tool to help increase literacy, African American children will benefit by seeing themselves respectfully represented in the literature they read. Non-African American children will benefit by helping to dispel negative and inaccurate stereotypical images of people of color and that despite our many differences, all people share common feelings and aspirations.”
They offer gift certificates and a growing list of books as well. Free shipping on orders of $50 or more. Visit their About us page here.
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