Black Heroes: A Go Fish Card Game (Game)

Black Heroes: A Go Fish Card Game By Kimberly Brown Pellum, Magali Attiogbé (Illustrator) Cover Image

Black Heroes: A Go Fish Card Game (Game)


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A GO FISH CARD GAME with simple gameplay that is quick and easy for all the family to learn
CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY and discover new Black heroes you didn't know about till now
BOLD AND COLORFUL ILLUSTRATIONS on every card make it easy to recognize your favorite heroes
DISCOVER MORE IN THE BOOKLET, from when Simone Biles first discovered gymnastics to how Queen Nzinga fought off Portuguese invaders

Team up Usain Bolt with Simone Biles, match Mae Jemison with Katherine Johnson, join Jean-Michel Basquiat with Kara Walker. Collect illustrated cards of 44 of the most inspirational Black figures of all time and gather them into groups including space, sport, activism, art, science, and literature.

Based on Go Fish, this game will inspire children and parents to celebrate Black heroes, both contemporary and historical
Dr. Kimberly Brown Pellum is the founder of and Assistant Professor of History at Florida A&M University. Her most recent book is Black Beauties: African American PageantQueens in the Segregated South.

Magali Attiogbé was born in Togo and lives in France. She got her illustration DMA in Paris and has worked on a variety of posters, books and toys.
Product Details ISBN: 9781913947415
ISBN-10: 1913947416
Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
Publication Date: February 8th, 2022
Pages: 44
Language: English

"The concise, educational mini-biography of each hero and the lovely card illustrations are excellent. I highly recommend Black Heroes to families with kids ages 3 and up." – Mom in the City 

"Have fun with the kids and learn about important people in Black history at the same time." –Cubby