Dr. Artika R. Tyner Releases Children's Book, "Kwanzaa (Traditions & Celebrations)"
By: Planting People Growing Justice
The book will officially be released on Aug. 1, 2021 and is currently available for pre-order on Amazon. It's offered in a hardcover, paperback and Kindle edition. Written in English, the 32-page book is beautifully illustrated and appropriate for reading ages 5-8 in first and second grade.
Readers will discover the tenets of Kwanzaa and why it's an important cultural celebration for African-Americans. The book represents an important look at a celebration that's often referenced, but little understood outside African-American communities. The book provides children of all cultures, races and ethnicities with a look at the concepts, customs and candle lighting ceremony of Kwanzaa and the meanings.
Tyner is an award-winning author of books for adults and children. Her book "Justice Makes a Difference: The Story of Miss Freedom Fighter, Esquire," made the International Best Seller List, received the Purple Dragonfly Award, and was chosen as a must-read selection for Black History Month by My Well Child. Her book "Amazing Africa: A to Z," received honorable mention in the Purple Dragonfly Awards.
Her books include "Kofi Loves Music," "Joey and Grandpa Johnson's Day in Rondo," and "So You Want to be a Supreme Court Justice." She authored "Stand Up and Be Counted," a first of its kind book about the U.S. Census for children.
She wrote three books for (The Fight for Black Rights) Alternator Books® series by Lerner Publishing. They encompass "Black Lives Matter: From Hashtag to the Streets," "Vigilante Danger: A Threat to Black Lives," and "Black Voter Suppression:
Tyner is the founder of Planting People Growing Justice™ Leadership Institute (PPGJLI (https://www.ppgjli.org/
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