READ-ALOUDS

This is a growing collection of read-alouds by Ekuwah and some of her favorite authors.

 

Nana Ekua Brew-Hammond and I had a blast presenting our respective books BLUE: A HISTORY OF THE COLOR AS DEEP AS THE SEA AND AS WIDE AS THE SKY and MY NAME IS AN ADDRESS in a virtual read aloud and author chat across two sessions with over fifty participants representing classrooms, school libraries, and youth advocacy centers! THANK YOU SO MUCH TO THE STUDENTS, EDUCATORS, LIBRARIANS, AND ADVOCATES WHO JOINED US!  Please watch and share! 

 

5th grade Class President Kason Abair interviews author Ekuwah Mends Moses before she reads the book aloud. (Sarah Irby - Videographer, Director, Kason's mother, and Ekuwah's former colleague) Heidi Carr - Photographer

 

THE DAY YOU BEGIN

Finding the courage to share your story can connect you to others — even when you feel all alone.

 

SULWE

A shooting star helps a bright young girl born "the color of midnight" learn to embrace her beauty, inside and out.

 

I AM ENOUGH

Simple words send a powerful message: When you love yourself — and those around you — there's nothing you can't do!

 

THE KING OF KINDERGARTEN

An interview and read-aloud with author Derrick Barnes

 
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Let's make every read aloud intentional: inspire, invest, instruct.