“A welcome recognition of Black men and the joyous ways they show up for their families, their communities, and each other.”

Kirkus Reviews

“A great read-aloud to show a vibrant community, whether in a mirror or a window.”

–Margaret Kennelly, School Library Journal

Description: Inspired by Richard Scarry’s What Do People Do All Day?, these joyous portraits of Black men engaged in everyday life celebrate the deep roots and rich cultures of African American communities.