Pamela M. Tuck

Pamela TuckStoryteller: Pamela M. Tuck

Pamela M. Tuck is an award-winning author and mother of 11 children. She credits her writing to her upbringing surrounded by southern storytellers. Her family inspires many of her stories. Pamela is the author of Mother of Many, As Fast As Words Could Fly, Color Struck, The Adventures of Sheldon, the Mushroom, and over 30 nonfiction and fiction leveled reading books that she has written in her role as writer/editor with the American Reading Company.

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Pamela On Writing for Children:

“WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS. Children need to see themselves reflected in the books they read. With the Windows and Mirrors concept, the Brown Bookshelf’s mission will fulfill that purpose of reflecting Brown and Black children’s voices back to them and opening up a window for other children to learn, appreciate and value Black voices and stories.”

MOTHER OF MANY
AS FAST AS WORDS COULD FLY
COLOR STRUCK
THE ADVENTURE OF SHELDON, THE MUSHROOM

Would you like to see and purchase titles from our Storyteller cohort and members of The Brown Bookshelf?

THE LITERARY CAFE–BOOKS & EVENTS Bookstore Amplify Black Stories Book List, Curated by The African American Children’s Book Project showcases a wide range of topics and talent from the Black Literary Community, including our cohort of Storytellers and members of the Brown Bookshelf. The list includes both non-fiction and fiction titles that will empower, enlighten and enrich all readers. Visit the bookstore.

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