Get to Know Me From A to Z:
Black Boys are More Than the Skin You See!

“My kids both loved this book with its sweet words
and beautiful pictures – they especially loved the birthday pages!
As a parent, I love the message they receive about
knowing that there is more to someone than their skin color.”
Meghan Warner

Get to Know Me From A to Z: Black Boys are More Than the Skin You See!

Learning the alphabet is good. Exploring the possibilities is great. Knowing yourself is priceless. What happens when you combine them all? Get to Know Me From A to Z: Black Boys Are More Than The Skin You See is a celebratory journey through the alphabet. Each letter highlights the positive characteristics of a young black boy. His courageous adventure demonstrates confidence and self-worth while requiring others to look past his skin color and ill-founded fears. A closer look reveals his likes, talents, and a variety of things that make him human. While the world has judged black boys as “bad covers”, this fun, colorful book introduces a new and exciting plot twist. The learning goes outside the limits of skin color, beyond the letters, and into the connection of humanity. Black boys readers can see themselves and gain confidence from the pages of Get to Know Me From A to Z: Black Boys are More Than The Skin You See!

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Black Boys are More Than the Skin You See!

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Meet the Author

Renée Ecckles-Hardy

Renée Ecckles-Hardy has a love for reading, writing, worship, and empowering others to be their best self. Her experiences influence her writing and she always endeavors to be a positive change agent, no matter how difficult the content or topic. Beautiful Nappy-Headed Tar is her first published book set to launch on December 2020. She considers this to be the beginning of published accomplishments. 

An encourager at heart, Renée is often praised for her positive outlook and a bright smile. She is passionate about helping others recognize their self-worth and the value of the spoken word. Through written and verbal platforms she seeks to inspire others by what she calls The 3 E’s: Encourage-Empower-Engage.