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I recently published a new work – “Black History Quiz: A Word Find Puzzle Book of Black History Facts and Quotes.”
I am happy to say that it was recently reviewed by an Amazon customer. To quote, “Great book for middle and high schoolers – I am a homeschool mother and recently received this book. I highly recommend it for middle and high school students looking for a fun challenge.
It gives you an opportunity to quiz yourself on historical figures and Black history facts while having fun. Not familiar with a figure, it will prompt you to learn more. This book is a great way to incorporate black history into your classroom or homeschool.”
I am over the moon with the kind words and would like to invite any and all, to check out my work. (And may I suggest that it makes a great Christmas gift by the way.)
So what is my book about?
Black History Quiz is a word find puzzle book designed to pique interest in African-American, African and Caribbean history and culture. Throughout the book, readers are presented with clues to the identity of influential people and historic events.
The answers to the quizzes are words and phrases which are hidden inside a word find puzzle. The topics are diverse and include the contributions of Africans throughout the diaspora in the fields of science, technology, medicine, religion, politics, civil rights, the slave trade, ancient kingdoms, sports and entertainment.
Over 250 facts are shared in this volume of word find puzzles that are sure to educate and inspire people of all ages and all over the world. After all, black history is world history.
Click here for more information and to get your copy today!
Today I launched a fun newsletter – “Black History Quiz!”
Black History Quiz is a weekly celebration of the contributions and achievements of Africans and their descendants in the United States and around the world. PLEASE SHARE this newsletter and help spread the word about a proud people and their culture.
ALL are welcome and encouraged to subscribe! 😉
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