Welcome to our selection of feminist books for kids and young adults!
This terrific book gently introduces ideas of identity and selfhood through textured typography and rich, striking colours.
_______Meet sisters Anjali and Pooja. They have a lot of questions about the changes their bodies have begun going through and they’ve enlisted their friends, their myth-busting didi (she’s a doctor!) and their mothers in their search for answers. Join the adventure to find out what they learn! This comic book can be read as a story, or used to learn about menstrual health. It's chock-full of beautiful illustrations, projects and game ideas, as well as DIY instructions to make cloth pads. It tackles many persistent myths about menstruation head-on, helping girls to redefine their relationships with their bodies in a positive way and creating the culture of sharing and sisterhood.
_______A comprehensive guide to menstruation and personal hygiene illustrated in the form of a comic, and told through the eyes of young girls.
_______A great, fun book for teaching children about sentences in the English language!
_______A hilarious retelling of the timeless classic, Vikram and Vetaal that spotlights riddles and features a host of rewritten female characters with agency.
_______A great resource for teaching children about good touch/bad touch and consent.
_______Funny, sensitively-told and easy to relate to, this novel is perfect for YA fans who want to see a strong, flawed, compassionate brown girl at the centre of the stories they read.
_______A great, fun book for teaching children about punctuation in the English language!
Be transported into dystopian cities and alternate universes.
Hang out with unicorns, cyborgs and pixies.
Learn how to waltz in outer space. Be amazed and beguiled by a fairy tale with an unexpected twist, a futuristic take on a TV cooking show, and a playscript with tentacles.
In other words, get ready for a wild ride!
This collection of sci-fi and fantasy writing, including six graphic stories, showcases twenty of the most exciting writers and artists from India and Australia, in an all-female, all-star line-up!
Samhita Arni, Kuzhali Manickavel, Manjula Padmanabhan, Vandana Singh, Payal Dhar, Anita Roy, Annie Zaidi, Penni Russon, Kate Constable, Isobelle Carmody, Justine Larbalestier, Alyssa Brugman, Kirsty Murray, Margo Lanagan, Priya Kuriyan, Prabha Mallya, Amruta Pail, Lily Mae Martin, Nicki Greenberg and Mandy Ord.
_______A collection of speculative fiction for young adults. It is an excellent way to introduce young readers to a number of feminist world issues and its attendant intersections.
_______Perfect for young readers that enjoyed The Baby-Sitters Club series by Ann M. Martin and Nancy Drew books.