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8 Magnificent Products Created By Genius Kid Entrepreneurs

These young Black entrepreneurs are already business LEGENDS.

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1. The Honey Bunch Kids — cozy up with a copy to take a strut through the exciting life of Desiree Williams as she navigates the whole middle school thing.

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The three-book Honey Bunch Kids series was created, written, and illustrated by Chental-Song Bembry when she was 10 years old. The series includes three books, and Bembey, currently in college, is now working to develop it into a children’s entertainment program.

Get The Honey Bunch Kids from Amazon for $3.99+, Barnes & Noble for $24.99, or a local bookseller through IndieBound here.

Get The Honey Bunch Kids: School's in Session Book 1 from Barnes & Noble for $3.49, Kobo for $3.99, or a local bookseller through IndieBound here.

Get The Honey Bunch Kids: School's in Session Book 2 from Amazon for $3.99, Barnes & Noble for $3.99, or Kobo for $3.99.

2. Me & the Bees Lemonade — take a refreshing sip and enjoy the tasty beverage while also helping save honeybees from extinction.

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The idea for the company was created by founder Mikaila Ulmer when she was just 4 years old, after her family gave her the encouragement to enter a children’s business competition as part of Austin Lemonade Day. Using a flaxseed-lemonade recipe from her great-granny Helen’s 1940s cookbook, paired with her fascination with bees after being stung twice, she birthed the beverage line that is now sold at Whole Foods. But the company is about more than making a yummy drink: It also donates a portion of profits to local and international organizations that are working to save honeybees.

Get a 4-bottle variety pack from Me & the Bees for $17.

3. Mo’s Bows — handsome bowties, neckties, and pocket squares that'll make you the most dapper person in the whole darn room.

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Founded by Moziah “Mo” Bridges when he was 9 years old, the company sells handmade bowties and other accessories in vibrant colors and fun prints. Mo even recently launched a NBA collection with ties inspired by beloved NBA teams. The line is sold online and in-store at nationwide retailers like Bloomingdale's and Neiman Marcus, meaning you can stay fly no matter where you go.

Get a bowtie, necktie, or pocket square from Moe’s Bows for $10+ (available in adult and youth sizes).

4. Kid Brooklyn Genesis 1 — a graphic novel following the epic adventures of New Yorker Jaden Anthony and his dope group of friends as they work to make a difference in their communities and the world.

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The graphic novel series was created by Jaden Anthony and his father Jospeh Anthony when Jaden was 12 years old. The comic features characters based on the Brooklyn kid’s real-life friend group, with the kids tackling both social and environmental issues and exposing these topics to readers of all ages.

Get Kid Brooklyn Genesis Volume 1 from Kid Brooklyn Comics for $9.99.

5. Mr. Cory’s Cookies — they may change your snack life forever.

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We promise you'll be OBSESSED.

The company’s founder Cory “Mr. Cory" Nieves created the company when he was 6 years old. The business plan initially involved him selling hot cocoa in his hometown of Englewood, New Jersey, to help raise money to purchase a car for his mom. At his mom’s urging, he expanded his items to lemonade and cookies, with Mr. Cory’s Cookies now offering a range of tasty cookie options.

Get a dozen chocolate chip cookies from Mr. Cory’s Cookies for $16.95.

6. Stylish scarves, hats, and necklaces from Maya’s Ideas — environmentally sustainable pieces sure to make your closet so much cooler.

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Maya’s Ideas was founded by Maya Penn when she was 8 years old. Along with accessories, Maya sells beauty products, artwork, and photography. And 10%–20% of the profits from her sales go toward local and global charities and organizations she's passionate about.

Get the silk infinity scarf from Maya’s Ideas for $42.

You can also get Maya's book You Got This on Amazon for $9.48+, Barnes & Noble for $10.99+, or a local bookseller through IndieBound here.

7. The Flare Digital Agency — a firm where companies can receive digital strategy and brand development assistance to improve their success in a range of areas.

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The firm is an extension of the Jaylen D. Bledsoe Global Group, which is the investments and holding company of entrepreneur Jaylen D. Bledsoe. Jaylen created the company when he was 12 years old, and has grown the company to include Jaylen D. Bledsoe Productions, Flare Digital Agency, and his entrepreneur learning program, the Young Entrepreneur Institute.

To learn more about the services Flare Digital Agency offers, click here. And visit the Jaylen D. Bledsoe Global Group here.

8. HAPPY Kit — a kit that educates students, youth group members, or mentees on the importance of healthy eating habits and the benefits of knowing the positive impacts of eating whole foods and being knowledgable about plant-based nutrition.

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The kit was designed by Haile Thomas, the teen founder of HAPPY and youngest Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. Haile’s passion for encouraging healthy eating habits among younger children fueled her to create HAPPY, which offers nutrition and culinary resources, online and in-person programs, and volunteer initiatives to empower kids to make healthy nutrition choices.

The HAPPY Kit, which was designed by Haile, is specifically targeted to students in second through fifth grade, and it offers virtual and in-person interactive nutrition education and cooking instruction through videos, in-classroom games, worksheets, quizzes, delicious kid-friendly plant-based recipes, and even opportunities to tune into live cooking demos.

Get more information on signing up for the HAPPY Kit here.

And visit the HAPPY site here to learn more about the organization and ways to volunteer and donate to the 501(c)(3) organization.

These amazing black moguls are truly the FUTURE.

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