Astrology for Black Girls: A Beginner's Guide for Black Girls Who Look to the Stars (Hardcover)
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Astrology for Black Girls is a charming introduction to the wonders of self-discovery and empowerment through the Zodiac.
Astrology for Black Girls gives young girls information and context for the core foundations of the Zodiac. This book provides the perfect introduction to the sun, moon, rising signs, and more. Speaking directly to black girls, author and life-long astrology practitioner Jordannah Elizabeth address:
- Practicing both Faith and Astrology
- Talking to Family and Friends about the stars
- Using the Zodiac for discovery and understanding
About the Author
Jordannah Elizabeth is a music journalist and author of the forthcoming She Raised Her Voice! by RP Kids. She’s studied astrology, mysticism, and tarot since she was 12 years old and just last year began studying under the world-renowned American astrologer Acyuta Bhava Dass. She’s written on a number of topics for Ms. Magazine, POPSUGAR, Bitch Media, O Magazine, and Cosmopolitan. She lives and writes in Baltimore, Maryland.
Chellie Carroll has loved to draw ever since being able to hold chunky crayons and defacing her bedroom walls with them. After studying Applied Arts at the University of Derby and a brief spell working as a designer within the retail industry, Chellie turned to illustration and hasn't looked back. She now lives in Peak District with her partner and two children, working from her home studio where she is surrounded by the beautiful, inspirational countryside and a plentiful supply of tea and biscuits.
“The book gives young people a shared language with other astrologers, breaking down signs, houses and planets.”—The Baltimore Banner