Saturday Children’s Story Hour

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Travel across time and visit different parts of the world through the magic of reading. Our books acquaint us with people, places, and events, (both real and fictional) that shape our understanding of African Americans, others in the African diaspora, and peoples of the African continent.

Juwanda G. Ford writes K is for Kwanzaa, an alphabet book that explains everything about the special season, from A to Z. The book is an introduction for those who celebrate the holiday for the first time. For others, it reminds and reinforces what we should know that makes Kwanzaa great. 


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African American Museum & Library at Oakland

659 14th St.
Oakland, CA 94612
Phone: (510) 637-0200