Emigrating from Nigeria, refugees Sade and Femi find new trouble on the streets of London. Femi has gotten involved with a gang of older boys and is telling so many lies to his family, he can hardly keep his head straight.
With poetic and gently provocative text, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Alice Walker invites readers young and old to see the world — and our place in it — through new eyes in her new children's book, "There is a Flower at the Tip of My Nose Smelling Me," HarperCollins, $16.99).
In 1955 the murderers of Emmett Till, a Black Mississippi youth, were acquitted of their crime,undoubtedly because they were White.
Muslims who explore sources of morality other than Islam are threatened with death, and Muslim…
In "Wild Stars Seeking Midnight Suns" (Doubleday, $23.95) a collection of short stories that are simple, elegant and poignant, author J. California Cooper writes about the search for fulfillment that propels people's dreams and desires.