By: Devyn Bakewell (B.A. ’20)
Greater Love: Let Love in and Watch How It Changes You by Devyn Bakewell (B.A. ’20) follows a recent high school graduate who leaves for New York with one plan in mind – to leave her past completely behind.
By: Adrian L. Mayse, CPA
When I Grow Up I Want To Be ... An Accountant by Adrian L. Mayse, CPA, is a children’s fiction picture book that exposes readers to the world of accounting.
This book allows children of diverse backgrounds to see themselves on the pages through creative and colorful artwork.
By: Kenrya Rankin (B.A. ’03)
Anti-Racism: Powerful Words, Inspiring Ideas by Kenrya Rankin (B.A. ’03) is a colorful book about the anti-racist movement through the words of leaders, including the new generation of heroes building social justice.
By: Arian T. Moore (’05)
Fairy Cornbread by Arian T. Moore ’05) introduces concepts of family, giving and courage, all with a drop of magic and a sprinkle of suspense.
By: Savannah Walker (B.A. ’17)
Dear Child, People May Hate You by Savannah Walker (B.A. ’17) is a conversation tool for parents and educators to use with their children to have open and honest discussions about hate, racism and prejudice in this world.
By: Maika Moulite
One of the Good Ones by Maika Moulite tells the fictional life of a teen social activist and history buff who is killed under mysterious circumstances after attending a social justice rally and the aftermath on her devastated family.
By: Karen Roberts Turner, Esq.
The Other Twin by Karen Roberts Turner, Esq., follows the imaginary lives of twins who eventually deal with individuality and heartbreak through their bond.
By: Charlie Bingham Jr. (J.D. ’08)
12 Affirmations for the Amazing Kid by Charlie Bingham Jr. (J.D. ’08) is focused on connecting young, diverse readers together through colorful illustrations and encouraging them to walk in purpose.