Make no mistake – our ethnicity doesn’t just influence our skin color. It can affect our hair texture too. If you’re looking for resources for kids and adults on how to properly care for African-American hair, you’re in the right place! Here’s a list of Resources on Hair Care for Black Children on Amazon.
It’s All Good Hair: The Guide to Styling and Grooming Black Children’s Hair: Michele N-K Collison
Kinki Kreations: A Parent’s Guide to Natural Black Hair Care for Kids: Jena Renee Williams
Wavy, Curly, Kinky : The African American Child’s Hair Care Guide: Deborah R. Lilly
My Hair Is Beautiful: Because Its Mine (Black Butterfly Board Books): Paula Dejoie
Why Am I Different? (Albert Whitman Prairie Paperback): Norma Simon, Dora Leder
Wild, Wild Hair (level 3) (Hello Reader): Nikki Grimes, George Ford
I Love My Hair!: Natasha Anastasia Tarpley, E.B. Lewis
Happy to Be Nappy (Jump at the Sun): bell hooks
Nappy Hair (Dragonfly Books): Carolivia Herron
Kids Talk Hair: An Instruction Book for Grown-Ups & Kids: Pamela Ferrell
Our ethnicity is something we should celebrate – hair texture and all! If you’re interested in other resources on hair care, check out Good Products for Fine Hair, Best Natural Black Hair Care Products and Best Natural Hair Care Books.