10 Feminist Books for Children

Start them off right with fun children’s books that carry messages of equality, rights, and self-love; a great way to introduce important topics and initiate conversations with little ones.

These are just some of the books available out there:

1.Rosie Revere, Engineer – Andrea Beaty (Author), David Roberts (Illustrator).
2.No Means No! – Jayneen Sanders (Author), Cherie Zamazing (Illustrator). 

3. A is for Activist – Innosanto Nagara (Author & Illustrator).

4. Katy and the Big Snow –  Virginia Lee Burton (Author).

5. I Like Me! – Nancy Carlson (Author). 

5.The Paper Bag Princess – Robert Munsch (Author), Michael Martchenko (Illustrator).

6.Brave Girl: Clara and the Shirtwaist Makers’ Strike of 1909 – Michelle Markel (Author), Melissa Sweet (Illustrator).

7.William’s Doll –  Charlotte Zolotow (Author), William Pene du Bois (Illustrator).

9.The Princess Knight – Cornelia Funke (Author), Kerstin Meyer (Illustrator).

10.Princess Smartypants – Babette Cole (Author).

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