This Black History Month, Let’s Support Reading Achievement, Fitness, Health

A Health Journal 9/14 review says obesity impedes a child’s achievement due to low self-esteem & poorer health. The National Association of Educational Progress’ 2014 report, shows Black students lag 26 points in reading by age 9. Research shows fit kids perform better in school. Exercise increases the formation of new brain cells and connections between brain cells. Here are 16 Black Children’s Books for Better Bodies and Better Brains.

Promoting fitness in diverse children's books | #KidLit #KidLitTV

See the list of books at The Brown Bookshelf.

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