Adams, Marie Jeanne.
The Harriet Powers Pictorial Quilts
. Mississippi; Afro-American Folk Arts and Crafts, University Press, 1981. This book tells the story of Harriet Powers, an African-American slave and quilt maker and discusses her masterpiece, Bible Quilt.
Ellis, Veronica Freeman,
Afro-Bets First Book About Africa
. New Jersey; Just Us Books, 1989. This book tells the exciting story about Africa and its beauty.
The Patchwork Quilt
. New York; Dial Books for Young Readers. This book shows how quilts are used to preserve precious memories of a family's past.
The Last Safe House: A Story of The Underground Railroad
, New York; Scholastic; 1998. This book tells about the plight of an African-American family from slavery to freedom along the Underground Railroad.
Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt
. New York; Alfred A. Knopf, inc. 1993. This book tells how a slave girl hid the route to the Underground Railroad on the squares of her quilt.
. New York; Hyperion Books, 2000. This book tells the story of John Parker and how he helped an African-American family escape to freedom along the Underground Railroad.
. New York; Random House Co., 1992. This book tells about Faith life growing up in Harlem and of the family times spent on the cooling off on the roof of their apartment building.
The Invisible Princess
. New York; Random House Co., 1999. This story tells of an African-American Princess who longs for a world of peace and love.
Aunt Harriet's Underground Railroad in the Sky
. Crown Publishers, 1992. This book tells the story of the African-Americans long journey from slavery to freedom.
Turner, Robyn Montana,
. New York Little, Brown & Company, 1993. This book celebrates the life and accomplishments of the African-American artist, Faith Ringgold.