Jake The Fake Keeps it Real Book Review

Jake The Fake Keeps it Real

Jake The Fake Keeps it Real, the latest book from Craig Robinson and Adam Mansbach, is a hilarious and heartwarming read that will take you on a wild ride. Robinson, known for his acting roles in The Office and Brooklyn Nine-Nine, has teamed up with Mansbach, best known for his international bestseller Go the Fuck … Read more

Reach For The Skai Book Review (By Skai Jackson)

Reach For The Skai Book Review

Skai Jackson has always been a familiar face in the entertainment industry, starting her career as a child model before becoming a popular actress, singer, and influencer. In her recently released book, “Reach for the Skai,” the young star shares her journey to success and the valuable lessons she learned along the way. Introduction to … Read more

All Because You Matter By Tami Charles – Book Review

All Because You Matter

Reading children’s books can be a fun and enlightening experience for both kids and adults alike. In this review, we’ll be exploring the book All Because You Matter by Tami Charles. This heartfelt storybook is illustrated by the renowned Bryan Collier. Its aim is to remind children that they are special and that they matter … Read more

The Truths We Hold By Kamala Harris (Book Review)

The Truths We Hold By Kamala Harris

Kamala Harris’s book, The Truths We Hold: An American Journey, is a poignant memoir that chronicles her journey from a young girl growing up in Oakland, California, to becoming the first female, Black, and South Asian Vice President of the United States. In this review, we delve into Harris’s life, career, and messages in the … Read more

B is for Basketball Book Review (by Bryan Boyd) 

B is for Basketball Book Review

Basketball enthusiasts young and old will find a new reason to love the sport with B is for Basketball, a delightful alphabet book collaboration between father and son duo Bryan G. Boyd and Bryan Boyd Jr. This unique book features colorful artwork and engaging text that introduces young readers to the world of basketball while … Read more

The Girl Who Smiled Beads By Clemantine Wamariya – Book Review

The Girl Who Smiled Beads

Clemantine Wamariya‘s memoir, The Girl Who Smiled Beads, is a powerful narrative that explores the devastating impact of the Rwandan genocide, as well as the strength and resilience of the human spirit. Through her poignant and evocative writing style, Wamariya shares her personal experience as a survivor of the genocide and a refugee, shedding light … Read more

Ahni and Her Dancing Secret By Shereen Rahming (Book Review)

Ahni and Her Dancing Secret

Ahni and Her Dancing Secret is a book by the talented writer, Shereen Rahming. This children’s book is a heartwarming and inspiring story that captures the power of dance and self-expression. The book follows Ahni, a young African-American girl, as she discovers and embraces her cultural identity through the art of dance. In this article, … Read more

Straight Talk, No Chaser by Steve Harvey (Book Review)

Straight Talk, No Chaser by Steve Harvey

Steve Harvey is a well-known comedian, actor, and radio personality. In 2010, he added the title of author to his list of achievements with the publication of Straight Talk, No Chaser: How to Find, Keep, and Understand a Man. The book, written from Harvey’s perspective, aims to provide women with insight into the inner workings … Read more