28 & Beyond

There are more worthy books and authors than we could ever spotlight in 28 days.

28 & Beyond features reviews of books by authors/illustrators who were among the top 28 Days Later contenders.

Look closely, some of the authors may (and have) eventually become featured authors and illustrators.

The Hard-Times Jar, Ethel Footman Smothers, illustrated by John Holyfield

The Making of Dr. Truelove, Derrick Barnes

The Divine Series, Jacquelin Thomas

It Chicks, Tia Williams

Almost To Freedom, Vaunda Micheaux Nelson, illustrated by Colin Bootman

Kimani-Tru, Earl Sewell & Joyce E. Davis

Meet The Brown Bookshelf Profiles

Kelly Starling-Lyons

Don Tate

Paula Chase Hyman

Carla Sarratt

Varian Johnson

Artist-to-Artist Interviews

Nancy Devard

Duane Smith

Shadra Strickland

More BBS Reviews

All books are Picture Books unless otherwise noted.

Before John was a Jazz Giant, Carole Boston Weatherford

The Metal Man, Aaron Reynolds, illustrated by Paul Hoppe

Faith in Fiction: A review of YA christian fiction books

Donovan’s Troubles, Monalisa DeGross, illustrated by Amy Bates

Brendan Buckley’s Universe, Sundee Frazier (MG)

A Man for All Seasons, Stephen Krensky, illustrated by Wil Clay

The Freedom Business, Marilyn Nelson, art by Deborah Dancy

Becoming Billie Holiday, Carole Boston Weatherford, illustrated by Floyd Cooper

Bookshelf Round up: mini-reviews of multiple books

12 Brown Boys, Omar Tyree,

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