February 11, 2020
Every month, the 826 Boston After-School Writing and Tutoring Program team chooses one student to be the featured “Student Librarian.” This student gets to select books from 826 Boston’s book collection in the Egleston Tutoring Center that they believe their fellow After-School attendees should read.
This month’s student librarian is Rayann (whose own writing appears in our newest release, When the Lights Go Out ). She’s eight and loves rainbows. For February, she selected three books all revolving around the theme of Black History Month:
I, Too, Am America by Langston Hughes
I Love My Hair by Natasha Anastasia Tarpley
ABC of African American Poetry by Ashley Bryan
Celebrate Black History Month with 826 Boston students by checking out Rayann’s book selections today (your local library or bookstore is a great place to start)!