Black History Month and BQB Publishing
Our featured books include black history themes and works from African American authors.
By: BQB Publishing
A Partial Sun - In 1852, after much searching through the Black districts of Petersburg, Virginia, the amateur historian Charles Campbell finally located Isaac Granger, a formerly enslaved man who worked for the late Thomas Jefferson. Author - Lawrence Reid Bechtel.
Whispers in The Dark - College graduate Adrian Ramirez has finally landed his first job, and it's the opportunity of a lifetime: teaching at the elite Finley Academy in his hometown of Newnan, Georgia. Life is on the upswing, and Adrian returns home with girlfriend Lea and high hopes—but the Academy is not the idyll he imagined. Author - Chase J. Jackson.
Never Too Soon - Forbidden love, haunting pasts, redemption, and forgiveness outline this tender and humorous tale of family and friendship that has been likened to Terry McMillian's Mama. Author - Tamika Christy.
Destination D - A broken promise from their school days at Spelman College takes three successful friends in Atlanta to an unexpected destination of discord, duplicity, and denial. Their personal demons drastically alter their friendship and their life's destiny. Author - Lori Beard-Daily.
Daddy, I Want to Know God - Daddy, how well does God know me? Does He love me all the time? Will God ever leave me? In this rhyming story, children's probing questions show their desire to learn more about God and His love for them. Compassionate and loving responses from their dads help to lead the children in growing a strong Godly faith. Author - Vanessa Fortenberry.
The Ugly Bug Ball - Stanley the Stinkbug is upset: he isn't invited to the Ugly Bug Ball because of his stench! Garden meanie Prissy Pray refuses to let Stanley attend the party, and that makes Stanley feel really bad about himself. Will his friends help him see how important every part of him is? Will he let Prissy Pray bully him into not going to the ball? Or will he gather his courage and overcome his fears? Authors - Michelle Burns and Dr. Anissa Freeman.
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