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.
_______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!
_______Perfect for young readers that enjoyed The Baby-Sitters Club series by Ann M. Martin and Nancy Drew books.
_______A wonderfully illustrated picture book for young readers about finding the courage to face your fears, and the wonderful possibilities it may lead to.
_______An excellent choice for fans of stories featuring strange goings-on, like stories by Roald Dahl, or Ruskin Bond's Rusty.
ANNOUNCEMENT RE:COVID-19 | 10 June 2020
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