Characteristics of Miya
Not even a little bit. Charlotte Powers 6 kind of. But it is about Charlotte. I feel a bit different towards this one. None of my books are DRMed, but there is a certain bound-to-Amazon quality about them.
Maybe a fortnightly release schedule? Charlotte Powers 5 was the last thing I actually published and that was, oh gosh, like December ?
I am an author person. Is this slightly awkward? I feel like this might be slightly awkward. I have something to say now. It is, in fact, a little thing. But I want to say it, so I will.
Aha, pretty good lately? Getting a little better? I hit a low point around the start of the year, sick, tired, no energy, sales were hilariously terrible—in January I sold less than twenty books, in February less than ten—and generally I felt that whatever my personal thoughts about my books, the fact was that not a lot of people were much interested in them. Still, I kept at it, my pace reduced but still trying to do at le. I was going to wait. I mean four year olds are pretty good, they can do a lot of stuff, but actual roleplaying? With choices and consequences and the terrifying tension of the Vital Dice Roll?
I wanted more than that. A resource guide created from the blackgirlbooks campaign led by Marley Dias. This resource guide was created in direct response to the multiple requests made by educators, parents and students. Like Marley Dias, so many of you have asked for books with black girls as the main characters.
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And because of you, we have received thousands of books. Here we are sharing with you the first titles. We have not yet catalogued all the books. As a small organization with only no full-time staff, our resources are limited. Beginning in April, each month we will provide you with updates of new book titles.
Miya Black, Pirate Princess I: Adventure Dawns by Ben White
Here we are sharing with you the first book titles. As a small organization with only two full-time staff, our resources are limited. It also includes comments from Dr. Lauren Wells, Chief Education Officer, City of Newark who offers us tips on how we can foster and promote reading and literacy among our children.
My charge to parents and caregivers is a simple one: Reading is a pathway to freedom and liberty. As caregivers it is our responsibility to develop the imagination of children so that they can dream, create and structure opportunities for freedom and equity.
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We have reviewed the titles and descriptions of books to ensure that they fit the criterion of having a black girl as the main characters. We have also catalogued the books by reading level. This time-consuming task would not be possible without your financial donation to hire some interim part-time staff. We could not do it without all of you who donated, our volunteers and the librarians from West Orange Public Library. Each month we will update the list and continue to serve as an information repository for Black Girl Books. If you know of a black girl book, not listed here, please send us a copy so we can add it to our collection.
We would like to see this list grow. Welcome to the blackgirlbooks Resource Guide. This is a great little romp for girls ages who should find much to admire in Miya's self reliance and I would highly recommend it for any little princess who would rather be a pirate. This novel makes for a good, quick read on the beach or somewhere just as pleasant.
Miya is a very likable and fun character to read about, constantly active and always inquisitive and caring. The overall plot is interesting, a little bland in places, and will keep the reader entertained for most of the book. The reader will find the pirate history a This novel makes for a good, quick read on the beach or somewhere just as pleasant.
The supporting characters help to amplify Miya's main role and serve to move the events along at a quick pace. This is a great read for children, teens, or anyone who is a child at heart. I received this book for review, this in no way altered my opinion. This is a charming example of children's fiction.
Miya Black, Pirate Princess Series
The main character, Miya Black, is a fantastic female character - gritty, determined and loyal. Her supporting characters also have surprising depth and the action scenes pull no punches!
- Die Informantin: Roman (German Edition)?
- Miya Black, Pirate Princess I: Adventure Dawns.
- The Gift of Transformation.
- Grantville Gazette Volume 28.
- Black Pearls for Parents - Eric V. Copage - Paperback.
Danielle rated it it was ok Aug 15, Alyx rated it it was amazing Apr 13, Sarah rated it did not like it Dec 29, Btutner rated it it was amazing Jan 09, Apolinar Perdomo rated it liked it Jan 18, Deb Myers rated it it was ok Jun 05, Davis Emmanuel rated it it was amazing Jan 22, Viruna rated it did not like it Feb 06, Stacey McElrath rated it it was ok Nov 19, Fre rated it liked it Dec 19, Rogue marked it as to-read Apr 18, Caroline Bon Bons and Reveries marked it as to-read Mar 26, Jenna marked it as to-read May 05, Tara Chevrestt added it May 15, Vanessa marked it as to-read May 15, Kitty Austin marked it as to-read May 16, Jenn marked it as to-read May 17, Shwride marked it as to-read May 17, Adriana B marked it as to-read May 21,