We continue our back-to-school book series today with "A.J. and the Magic Kite," a picture book about the contributions of African-American inventors.
It was written by Chicopee, Massachusetts, author Crystal Senter-Brown and illustrated by her mother, Janice Treese-Senter.
In the story, a black boy is bullied by classmates who call African-Americans "worthless." Senter-Brown said the incident was based on something that happened to her own son in kindergarten.
Correction: A previous version of this story did not include the full name of Crystal Senter-Brown.