Bookshelf

The latest alumni publications.

Why Our Teacher Wears Yellow

Why Our Teacher Wears Yellow (Education That, LLC), by Mark C. Booker (B.S. ’86), Renarda A. Booker and Cypress J. Booker, is a read-aloud book that follows the adventure of seven best school...

Winners and Losers

Winners & Losers in the American Capitalistic Economy: A Primer (Colmar Publishing), by W. Sherman Rogers (J.D. ’76), is a novel that discusses the issue of economic inequality and the...

PJ's Shy-Town

PJ’s Shy-Town, by Kim Dulaney and current Howard student Maya Reese (expected B.A. ’19), is a short, rhyming, character-building book about Chicago’s urban community, as imagined through the eyes...

Reflections: A Poetic Collection (Dog Ear Publishing), by Arlene Tatum Joynes (B.B.A. ’80), is a collection of poems spanning almost four decades about personal experiences and iconic figures...

A Community of Voices on Education and the African American Experience: A Record of Struggles and Triumphs (Cambridge Scholars Publishing), edited by Hazel Arnett Ervin (Ph.D. ’93) and Lois...

Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon (Quramo Publishing), by Nike Campbell-Fatoki (B.A. ’99), is a short-story collection that depicts the struggles of young, ambitious and hardworking Nigerians abroad...

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