Feminist books for 8 year olds

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My First Book of Feminism by Julie Merberg

Feminism begins at home—and My First Book of Feminism (for Boys) is where it begins!

Simple illustrations paired with engaging, rhyming text make the compelling, age appropriate argument that girls and boys are equal, plain and simple. Humorous, familiar scenarios are treated as teachable moments for very young boys (ages 0-3) who will ideally grow up without ever questioning womens equality. From no means no, to womens rights are human rights, important, grownup ideas are made clear and fun for young, impressionable minds. This is the book every mom should read to her son!
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Every product is independently selected by obsessive editors. And what does any budding genius child need? Particularly, books that can help pave their way into a strong, courageous, patriarchy-defeating, feminist adulthood. Books the adults in their lives can read to them, and maybe even learn from themselves. Here are a few of my favorites for her growing collection, and maybe yours — now updated with additional books. Share widely for a better future.

Skip to main content. Feminist Books for Children. In Stock. I love all these books. What a great way to introduce kids to historical figures. And my 3 year old loves them.

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You currently have JavaScript disabled in your web browser, please enable JavaScript to view our website as intended. Here are the instructions of how to enable JavaScript in your browser. Published on: 18 October Author: Sally Nicholls. Feminist fairytale retellings are rather old hat now, but this was one of the first, and one of the best. Anyone with small children knows why Julia Donaldson is so well-loved and so popular. A nice mix of well-documented and more unusual names, with very simple storytelling making these accessible to young readers. Read our review of Rosa Parks.

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4 thoughts on “My First Book of Feminism by Julie Merberg

  1. Tubby Tilda Tooth Fairy would be the perfect book for 7 year olds as it introduces a strong minded tooth fairy who demonstrates that women do not have to be.

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