Great Picture Books For Mini Feminists

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
4:00 pm
06/21/17

Because we all know placing examples of strong female role models in front of your daughter and son is important, we set out to find some of the most empowering picture books for littles ones, so you can start your kiddo’s feminism education way early. Filled with fictional and true-life tales of girls who defy convention, overcome odds, and break boundaries, these feminist books for kids are a great reminder that boys and girls are born equals and both are capable of tremendous things.

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alexandra

Great list! Three others wonderful books for the 4+ age range that introduce women role models throughout history are:
Every-Day Dress-Up by Selina Alko
My Name is Not Isabella by Jennifer Fosberry

Also, a beautiful/interesting book for kids who like butterflies/insects is the story of Maria Merian, a 17th century entemologist:
Summer Birds: The Butterflies of Maria Merian by Margarita Engle

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