NATIONSPRODUCTS.COM ~ Family Book Store

Black-Owned Book Store with an Online Shop

 

 

NATIONSPRODUCTS.COM, an online book store, that has over 100 titles in their shop to help build your children's home library. Also, the store features books for the  entire family's home library. If you are looking to support a Black-owned Book Store, here are a few titles of books to pick up while you are looking over the shop:

 

 

1. 100 Amazing Facts About The Negro (Paper Back)  by JA Rogers

First published in 1934 and revised in 1962, this book gathers journalist and historian Joel Augustus Rogers' columns from the syndicated newspaper feature titled Your History. Patterned after the look of Ripley's popular Believe It or Not the multiple vignettes in each episode recount short items from Rogers's research. The feature began in the Pittsburgh Courier in November 1934 and ran through the 1960s.

2. Afro-Bets ABC Book (Paper Back)

The Afro-Bets ABC book uniquely presents letters A through Z for young children to discover with the fun-filled, captivating Afro-Bets children. The irresistible, colorful characters form each letter in whimsical, motivating illustrations with each letter reinforced by words and pictures.

3. Lola Goes to School

 A comforting, cheerful read that demystifies the school day for preschoolers and kindergartners. Lola and her family prepare for the first day of school the night before, then get up early, take pictures, and head to class. Lola puts her things in her cubby, chooses her activities, reads, plays, and has a snack.

 4. Pretty Brown Face (Board Book)

Join the fun as a baby boy discovers the unique features that make his face so special in "Pretty Brown Face". A Mylar mirror at the end of the book encourages babies to explore their own pretty faces.

5. Chocolate Me(Paper Back)

The boy is teased for looking different than the other children. His skin is darker, his hair curlier. He tells his mother he wishes he could be more like everyone else. And she helps him to see how beautiful he really, truly is.

6. Dancing in the Wings (Paperback)

Sassy is a long-legged girl who always has something to say. She wants to be a ballerina more than anything, but she worries that her too-large feet, too-long legs, and even her big mouth will keep her from her dream.  Dancing in the Wings is loosely based on actress/choreographer Debbie Allen's own experiences as a young dancer.

7. Chemistry for Children 

This  little science book , Chemistry for Children- Element of The Periodic Table, guides in introducing and teaching children the periodic table of elements. It consists of 22 of the elements and teaches children where to find the elements in real life objects and in nature.  A Periodic Table of Elements included.

8. A Case For Separation: Second Edition (Paper Back)

Dr. Warren F. Muhammad has delivered lecture presentations over the years in various settings. An avid researcher, Dr. Muhammad has taken a multidisciplinary approach to assembling historical, legal and scriptural support to the concept of Separation as taught by The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad and The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. This book is a collection of such lectures which focus on the theme of "Separation". Drawing on his many years of research, advocacy and experience as a trial lawyer and Judge, Dr. Muhammad builds "A Case For Separation" with extensive research and compelling argument.

 9. Black People Invented Everything

 

 

 

Who invented the traffic light? What about transportation itself? Farming? Art? Modern chemistry? Who made cats? What if I told you there was ONE answer to all of these questions? That one answer? BLACK PEOPLE! Seriously. And this book is like a mini-encyclopedia, full of more evidence than WikiLeaks and just as eye-opening! Do you know just how much Black inventors and creators have given to modern society? Within the past 200 years, Black Americans have drawn on a timeless well of inner genius to innovate and engineer the design of the world we live in today. But what of all the Black history before then? Before white people invented the Patent Office, Black folks were the original creators and builders, developing ingenious ways to manage the world s changes over millions of years, everywhere you can imagine, from Azerbaijan to Zagazig! With wit and wisdom (and tons of pictures!) this book digs deeper than the whitewashed history we learn in school books and explores how our African ancestors established the foundation of modern society! Have you inherited this genius? What can you do with it? Inspired by solutions from the past, we can develop strategies for a successful future!

10. I Am One of a Kind: Positive Affirmations for Brown Girls 

I Am One of a Kind reminds us of the importance of loving who you are, believing in yourself, respecting others, and being kind to one another. Through beautiful illustrations, I Am One of a Kind inspires young readers to be proud of who they are. It also touches on the universal themes of friendship, kindess and empathy. Growing up can be a difficult time for kids, this book will help your children explore their deepest feelings, accept their unique qualities and will foster personal growth and self-accpetance. It will give your kids assurance that they are deeply loved, talented, unique and enough. This is the story of Imani, a beautiful chocolate-skinned girl with one of the sweetest hearts in the world. BONUS: Includes parent and child bonding activity.