Tag: social change

Sometimes People March

Thanks to Frances Perkins: Fighter for Workers’ Rights

Dictionary for a Better World

Girls Resist! A Guide to Activism, Leadership, and Starting a Revolution

Not My Idea: A Book About Whiteness

Written & Illustrated by: Anastasia Higginbotham For ages: 8-12 years Language: English  Topics Covered: Whiteness, Social Justice, Activism, Racism, Anti-Blackness, Self-Reflection, Police Brutality,  Summary:  Not only is this book beautiful, but it is important.  It fits perfectly in with the #sweetsandsocialjustice series that we’ve been posting lately! I made… Continue Reading “Not My Idea: A Book About Whiteness”

My Green Day

Written & Illustrated by: Melanie Walsh For ages: 2-6 years Language: English Topics Covered: Environmentalism, Activism, Social Change, Sustainability, Green Living, Pint-Sized Professor, Environment, Science, Nature.  Summary:  Happy Friday! Today we are joining in on #thefictionfeast today with a really adorable book called My Green Day. We decided to make… Continue Reading “My Green Day”

What If Soldiers Fought with Pillows?: True Stories of Imagination and Courage

Written by: Heather Camlot Illustrated by: Serge Bloch For ages: perfect for 8-12 years or grades 3-7 Language: English Topics Covered: War, Nonviolent Action, Activism, Imagination, Peace, Military Action, Global Community, History, Historical Figures.  Summary: Activism, Military Action, Nonviolent Protest, Peace, Creativity, Imagination, Social Justice, Kindness. Today for #sweetsandsocialjustice we have… Continue Reading “What If Soldiers Fought with Pillows?: True Stories of Imagination and Courage”

M is for Movement: aka Humans can’t Eat Golf Balls

Written & Illustrated by: Innosanto Nagara  For ages: Middle grades  Language: English, Indonesian places, phrases, references.  Topics Covered: Social Justice, Social Change, Protest, Activism, Young Adult, Growing Up, Military Action, Family, Own Voices. Summary:  For our next installment of #sweetsandsocialjustice we have a middle grade book by one of… Continue Reading “M is for Movement: aka Humans can’t Eat Golf Balls”

This Book is Anti-Racist: 20 Lessons on How to Wake Up, Take Action, and Do the Work

Written by: Tiffany Jewell Illustrated by: Aurélia Durand For ages: YA middle grades and up Language: English Topics Covered: BIPOC Narratives, Social Justice, Activism, Anti-Racism, Anti-Bias, Education, Community Organizing, Self-Empowerment, Self-Reflection, Race Theory, Own Voices. Summary:  Alright so we might be a little late on this book coming out, but… Continue Reading “This Book is Anti-Racist: 20 Lessons on How to Wake Up, Take Action, and Do the Work”

Usha and the Stolen Sun

Written by: Bree Galbraith Illustrated by: Josée Bisaillon For ages: 4-8 years Language: English Topics Covered: Social Justice, Bravery, Family, Community, Connections, POC-Centric Narratives, Social-Emotional Learning.  Summary:  Usha was born in a land where the sky is always gray.  Hardly anyone remembers the sun, but Usha is lucky enough… Continue Reading “Usha and the Stolen Sun”

%d bloggers like this: