I have some BIG NEWS! After the success of my review on the fabulous Oh My Gods (a book you must read if you’re 11+) written by the wonderful Alexandra
On The 23rdof February (my 10th birthday weekend!) I went to the Black Girls Book Club’s first YA (young adults) brunch! On my way there I was really ecstatic and nervous
‘Oh My Gods’ is a wonderful and really adventurous book. It explains so much about Greek myths. The author Alexandra Sheppard is amazing at keeping me reading all night long.
During the half-term, I went to the Feminist Library with my friend/pen – pal Lucky. We went there to do a project on women in history. We went to that
Louise ‘Miss Lou’ Bennett was born on the 7th September 1919 in Kingston, Jamaica. Her mother raised her alone because her dad died when she was 7 years old. Bennett
As it is Black History Month, I’m going to write about different black people every week as a special. This week I am going to write about Dr.Mae Jemison. Dr. Mae
Nanny of the Maroons was born in the Gold Coast. It is called Ghana today. She came from the Ashanti region. The Europeans took her to Jamaica to try and