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This site contains links to purchase print books, ebooks, and audiobooks by Carolivia Herron and her partners.
Here’s a free sample from the Nappy Hair AudioBook by Carolivia Herron, Cardo Henderson, Booka Mane and SwishCoreStudios,
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Nappy Hair Audiobook (SwishCoreStudios)
Cardo Henderson, Booka Mane and friends create a cool audio rendition of Carolivia Herron's book, Nappy Hair - blues, jazz, hip hop, call and response - it's got it all. (Full Version)
Nappy Hair audio Neal Lester
Professor Neal Lester of Arizona State University is Uncle Mordecai in Carolivia Herron's book, Nappy Hair. Carolivia, her mother Georgia J. Herron, and Ronni Davis play the part of audience in this call and response book.
Nappy Hair audio Carolivia Herron
Carolivia Herron reads her book, Nappy Hair, recorded by Sammy Bravo (Paul Fonville)
Nappy Hair by Carolivia Herron (soft cover book)
Soft cover edition of children's book Nappy Hair by Carolivia Herron
Thereafter Johnnie by Carolivia Herron (soft cover book)
Thereafter Johnnie, novel by Carolivia Herron. First published by Random House in 1991.
Asenath and the Origin of Nappy Hair by Carolivia Herron
Asenath and the Origin of Nappy Hair by Carolivia Herron (soft cover edition). In this comic novel Shirah Shulamit Ojero, an African American Jewish graduate student at the University of Pen Forest, discovers that her nappy hair connects her with the ancient Egyptian woman who married Joseph.
Always An Olivia by Carolivia Herron (soft cover book)
Always An Olivia by Carolivia Herron. A remarkable family history. This African American Jewish author tells the family story of her descent from Sephardic Jews expelled from Spain in 1492,
Peacesong DC by Carolivia Herron (soft cover book)
Peacesong DC by Carolivia Herron. Soft cover book. A mildly fictionalized biography of Carolivia telling her Jewish Africana Academia Epic Tale of Washington City.