Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: 100 Real-Life Tales of Black Girl Magic (Book #4 of Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls).
Edited by Lilly Workneh / Foreword by CaShawn Thompson / Text by Diana Odero, Sonja Thomas, and Jestine Ware. September 2021.
"This upcoming volume is dedicated to amplifying the stories of barrier-breaking Black women from around the world—past and present, legendary and little-known—who truly exemplify “Black Girl Magic.” The book is packed with powerful lessons on passion and perseverance and will encourage young girls everywhere to unlock the magic that lives within them!"
"Kira's Imagineering." Oregon Reads Aloud
(SMART/Graphic Arts Books) October 2016.
Kira the Swift flies round and round the smokestack with her family. Just like last night. And the night before that. She sneaks away to imagine being something new. But while Kira escapes the mundane evening ritual, her family's attacked! Will Kira figure out a way to save her family from danger? 700 words.
"The Doom of Wonder Bread." 2015 Young Explorer's Adventure Guide (Dreaming Robot Press) January 2015.
Twelve-year-old Luna Del Ray wants nothing more than to win her father's attention. When she finds herself trapped in a dreamscape, Luna finally gets her chance. But will she figure out how to keep her father from his bread addiction or be stuck repeating the same day over and over and over again? 6,000 words.
With life focused on med school, boys don't rank high on 18-year-old Olivia's to-do list. But with her sister's upcoming wedding, Olivia realizes that she wants to fall in love too. Too bad she gets exactly what she asks for. 6,600 words.