Monday, October 2, 2023

Books For Kids #BookTober

About The Books:
Zarah And The Cool Girls - Zarah is a young girl with a big heart and a lot of energy. She loves playing with her friends and going on adventures. One day, Zarah and her friends decide to head to the park to have some fun in the sun. When they get there, they discover that there is a competition taking place. The competition involves different teams completing a series of challenges in order to win first place. Zarah and her friends are excited to join in and they quickly form a team. As they work together to complete the challenges, Zarah and her friends learn important skills like kindness, cooperation, and being good teammates. They realize that winning first place is not the most important thing - it's the bonds they've formed with each other and the lessons they've learned along the way that really matters. Zarah and the Cool Girls is a heartwarming children's book that teaches important life lessons in a fun and engaging way. It's a story about friendship, teamwork, and the power of kindness, and it's sure to inspire young readers to be the best versions of themselves!
The Prettiest Girls - Girls are often held back academically, socially, and in other ways because they are taught from a young age that being pretty, behaving a certain way, and not pushing themselves academically and not exploring is the only socially acceptable way to be a girl. Girls are rewarded for being still, being well-behaved, and especially for being pretty. This book helps all girls see that true beauty lies within and every single girl has and holds beauty no matter her race or size.

About The Author:
Amira Martin is a dynamic mental health therapist, entrepreneur, and author dedicated to creating safe and supportive therapy spaces for Black and Brown communities. With over 20 years of experience as a psychotherapist and administrator, Amira has made it her mission to create inclusive therapy spaces for her communities, and to mentor and guide Black and Brown therapists in their growth. In addition to running her own successful online therapy and training platforms,,,, and, she is an adjunct professor at Columbia University's School of Social Work and a proud mother. Amira is constantly seeking out new ways to support and empower her community.

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