Must-have books by Black women 📚
Give the gift of knowledge this holiday season🎁
|Pariss Athena||Dec 22, 2020|
By: April Speight
With this playful guide to learning Python, readers can try out activities on their computers for a hands-on learning experience. The artwork in Bite-Size Python represents children of various backgrounds, so any child who picks up this book will be empowered to learn and young readers will love showing their projects to friends and family!
Gives an overview of Python
Provides exciting programming projects
Offers instruction on how to download and install Python
Presents key programming language concepts
Simplifies technical definitions
By: Chloe Taylor
From the invisible Internet to driverless cars and drones, this book shows you how things work for kids, using step-by-step experiments. Then apply your knowledge and learn how you may, one day, bring real and important change to our lives. Are you ready to solve some of Earth’s biggest challenges with technology? The future needs you.
Talk like a pro―Important tech-related words are highlighted in bold along with their definitions, in a virtual dictionary of how things work for kids.
Hands-on―Nine applied experiments will inspire you to learn while doing―like taking apart and safely rebuilding an old keyboard or remote control.
Think bigger―Discover how to brainstorm as you plan ways to positively influence our planet.
By: Ashley Armand
Marabou guides the reader into a portal centered on the intricacies of falling in admiration with yourself by first recognizing the tenderness of being covered by your skin and the beauty that saunters underneath its surface.
By: Latesha Byrd
Pre-order: This career journal is designed to help women discover clarity, build confidence, and take control of their careers. Navigating the intersection of womanhood and race and ethnicity in the workplace is a confusing and challenging job in itself.
Latesha Byrd, a certified career and life coach, wants to close the gender pay gap by making sure women of color get the salaries they deserve. She created this journal to help women accomplish three main goals:
Develop a clear vision of their dream career and better understand their strengths and weaknesses in the workplace.
Gain the confidence they need to go after their dream job and dominate every interview.
Learn how to advocate for themselves inside the workplace and negotiate a salary and benefits that support a life they love.
By: Symoné B. Beez
Financial Starter Kit: Gain Financial Literacy and Avoid the Pitfalls of the American Dream, is a book for gaining a complete understanding of financial literacy. Learn how to avoid the common financial traps that people fall into and create a solid financial foundation. The Financial Starter Kit is exactly what you need to get your finances together, gain financial literacy, learn about investing, and put yourself in the position to become financially free.
By: Minda Harts
Education/Personal journey & growth
Most business books provide a one-size-fits-all approach to career advice that overlooks the unique barriers that women of color face. In The Memo, Minda Harts offers a much-needed career guide tailored specifically for women of color.
Providing straight talk on how to navigate networking, office politics, and money, while showing how to make real change to the system, The Memo offers support and long-overdue advice on how women of color can succeed in their careers.
By: Arlan Hamilton
Education/Personal journey & growth
From a black, gay woman who broke into the boys’ club of Silicon Valley comes an empowering guide to finding your voice, working your way into any room you want to be in, and achieving your own dreams.