Read-Alouds are an integral part of our homeschool. There’s something about snuggling up on the couch and reading together that makes our homeschool, well, work. For Black History month, we read books about inspiring African-Americans. These are some of our favorite Black History month read aloud books. Join us in reading or listening and don’t forget your free printable book list at the bottom of this post you can take to the library.
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by Kadir Nelson
This book is funny and has a fabulous vocabulary. A fantastic read-aloud (and even better on Audible).
We loved this book so much that I created an online book club to go along with it. You can learn more and check out a sneak peek at the bottom of this article.
This is the story of three young sisters who travel across the country to spend the summer with their mother and experience a very different summer vacation plan than what they had expected.
I know. Another book by Christopher Paul Curtis. His books are great. They have humor and tell stories about serious subjects. They draw you in and keep you reading.
This is a short book about the story of Harriet Tubman, a slave who escaped to freedom on the Underground Railroad and then came back to save others.
Beautiful pictures and arresting narration from an elderly African-American woman tell the story of early American history from her perspective.
Basketball legend, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, entertains with this living history book about African-American inventors.
This true story is about the life of Olaudah Equiano who was kidnapped and sold as a slave. After buying his freedom, he wrote this autobiography in 1789.
Printable Book Lists
I’ve made printable book lists you can download and take to the library with you. Each list includes the book title, author name and the ISBN of each book. You will receive book lists for our favorite read alouds and our favorite picture books.
Inspire your kids to read by enrolling in our online family book clubs. Learn about the lives of African Americans during the Depression in Bud, Not Buddy.
Get a Sneak Peek below!
Adding adventure to education in a Bud, Not Buddy book club.
Hi, I’m Dachelle. I’m a homeschooling mom of 3 in the South. I love chocolate and have been known to hide it from my children. I can often be found reading a good book (or even sometimes just an okay book) and enjoying a jar of Nutella — don’t judge. I blog, here, at HideTheChocolate.com when I’m not creating book clubs and making lists…lots and lots of lists (it’s an addiction). Learn more…