EW – From an anthology of classic playtime traditions, to a poetic recounting of the landmark Loving v. Virginia civil rights case, to beautifully illustrated looks at the childhoods of Martin Luther King Jr., Maya Angelou, and John Lewis, here are some of the best newly released kids’ books to add to your shelf this Black History Month.
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