Book cover of Dear Black Girls by A'ja Wilson

Dear Black Girls

This one is for all the girls with an apostrophe in their names.
This is for all the girls who are labeled “too loud” and “too emotional.”
This is for all the girls who are constantly asked, “Oh, what did you do with your hair? That’s new.”
This is for my Black girls.

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“​D​ear Black Girls is filled with phenomenal stories and empowering insight on what it means to be a woman in today’s world. I didn’t want to put it down.”

Tunde Oyeneyin
New York Times bestselling author of Speak


“Through honest stories and inspiring lessons from her life, A’ja Wilson reminds us to never doubt who we are or apologize for being true to ourselves. Dear Black Girls is a must-read for every Black girl out there.”

Gabrielle Union
New York Times bestselling author of
We're Going to Need More Wine and You Got Anything Stronger?


Never has a book so perfectly captured my attention and made me feel so seen. I highly recommend this book!”

Zaila Avant-garde
Winner of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, Two Times Guinness World Records Holder, and New York Times bestselling author


“It's a joy and an honor to see her book and know her story and how this will impact all women.

Dawn Staley
American basketball Hall of Fame player and coach

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Photo of Dear Black Girls author A'ja Wilson

A’JA WILSON is a professional basketball player for the Las Vegas Aces. The two-time MVP is the face of the WNBA and Las Vegas Aces, one of the industry’s hottest franchises. She and the USA Women’s National Team won gold at the 2022 FIBA Women’s World Cup, Tokyo Olympics, and 2018 FIBA World Cup. Off the court, A’ja has built the A’ja Wilson Foundation, which serves as a resource for children who struggle with dyslexia and empowers them to reach their full potential. A’ja currently resides in Las Vegas. Dear Black Girls is her first book.