Porshea reviews A Soft Place to Land, a middle grade novel about a Black girl adjusting to a new life transition.
The Plot Thickens
Find out why you should pick this historical fiction that explores an untold story during World World II in the latest review from Porshèa!
Promotional taglines for makeup products are not usually what comes to mind when I think of books I enjoy, but I can think of no other story that better fits the “easy, breezy, beautiful” motto than Elizabeth Lim’s Six Crimson Cranes. Easy. For a fantasy story in a land that comprises several different myths, Six […]
It’s official — I am a Kalynn Bayron fan. Two books may seem too few to come to this proclamation but, as you can tell from my Cinderella is Dead review, she had me at hello. This Poison Heart makes her writing record a two-peat in my esteem, so please take the praise of the […]
Porshèa reviews ‘Grieving While Black: An Antiracist Take on Oppression and Sorrow.’
Porshèa reviews The Conductors, the debut historical fiction novel by Nicole Glover.
Porshèa reviews The Gilded Ones by Namina Forna.
Porshèa reviews Beverly Jenkins’ latest novel, ‘Wild Rain.’
Porshèa called The Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks, Young Readers Edition a “well-rounded, powerfully written, and fast-paced biography.”
Porshèa reviews Ida B. the Queen, a book by a descendant of the famed journalist.
Porshèa reviews Amari and the Night Brothers, an exciting and refreshing new middle grade novel.
Porshèa reviews Root Magic by Eden Royce, a historical coming of age middle grade novel.