Christmas Gifts: 5 Black Businesses with Products for Kids

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It's Christmas time, and you may be looking for gifts for your little girls and boys. If you are looking for cute, fun, and educational gifts for them, coonsider visiting the following Black owned business websites for their products.

"Princess Curl" book by Cherelle Shelton

 1. "Princess Curl" book by Cherrelle and Rhys Shelton
 It is important to teach our little ones to love themselves, including their natural hair. The "Princess Curl" book shows little girls how to care for their natural hair through a fun and entertaining story.

Meet Princess Curl! Shes a fun loving little girl with a head full of wild curly hair. In this story, Princess Curl learns the importance of wearing her bonnet at night. What happens when Princess Curl refuses to cover her curls before drifting off to sleep? Join Princess Curl, Mommy, and the Fairies on this adorable journey of learning to care for your beautiful, marvelous, fabulous hair! -

Divah Zair doll by Lisa Williams

2. Divah Zair doll by World of EPI- Lisa Williams Divah Zair is a cute little brown doll with curly brown hair. She is wearing denim jeans and a jacket. She is apart of the Positively Perfect Dolls collection. Check out .

The Adventures of Peacebe and the Heartwatch by Leneen Faith and David Campbell

3. "The Adventures of Peacebe and the Heartwatch" by Peacebe and the Heartwatch LLC - Leneen Faith and David Campbell
I first saw PeacebeKid books on Instagram. When I researched the company, I found that they'd started a Kickstarter campaign to raise money to complete the production of their books. The project surpassed its funding goal! Here is more information about them:

 The Adventures of Peacebe and the Heartwatch was created by siblings Leneen Faith and David Campbell. Peacebe is a 6 year old boy who has a magical watch named Heartwatch. With Heartwatch, Peacebe can fly, teleport, transform, become invisible and much more! ... -

The Kenya doll

4. Kenya Dolls by Kenya's World LLC by Neil Levine- Kenya Dolls were first introduced to the world in 1992 and were popular when I was a kid. I remember thinking it was great to see a doll who looked like me. The Kenya Doll was relaunched in 2012 and includes a wide variety of dolls. Many of them include hairstyling tools and manuals. You can check them out at

The ABC ME Flashcards by Leilani Brooks 

5. ABC ME Flashcards by Leilani Brooks- The ABC ME Flashcards are not just any flash cards. They are African-American heritage flashcards. The company is also said to be working on a Latin line of cards. The one thing I noticed about the African-American cards was the corlorful front and format. It reminds me a bit of a cell phone screen. I think this is a brilliant idea because most kids are use to playing on cell phones and tablets. I think the cards are old school with a new school touch! Excellent idea!

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