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We Are Little Feminists: On-the-Go

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Beautiful photos of real-life families showcase all types of movement and bodies, while poetic text builds both vocabulary and family connection. ON-THE-GO helps families and educators celebrate mobility and ability at home and in the classroom.

Created with 0-5-year-olds in mind.

Part of We Are Little Feminists – the board book series made for raising intersectional feminis
Board book, 14 pages
Published 2020 by Little Feminist

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I wish I could give this ONE MILLION STARS!! I read this for story time yesterday (along with a book about space travel) as part of a loose theme of how we get around. I love the pictures and it's such a fun way to introduce children to people with disabilities that is basically just about how we get around! I also got to show off my purple sticker cane, which is always fun. I can't wait to read the rest of the books in this series! Unfortunately they're not available to purchase in B&T or on am ...more
Abby Johnson
These books are a DELIGHT! Thank goodness for the Stonewall Awards, without which this fantastic board book series would have gone completely under my radar. The We Are Little Feminists board books collect vibrant photo illustrations on a theme, perfect for babies who love looking at faces and photos of people. On the Go celebrates many different ways of getting from one place to another and has tons of disability representation depicting children with limb differences and using mobility devices ...more
Annamarie Carlson (she, her)
Such an amazing book series! The text is simple--reflecting the actions taking place on each page--but these stand above and beyond so many other board books because of the diversity depicted in the photography. This might be the only board book that I have seen that has real photos of kids with walkers, crutches, and artificial limbs--and the book isn't about those disabilities--it is about moving. Very well done. ...more
Allyson Goose
Mar 24, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I've never seen a book for little ones that featured happy pictures of differently abled people getting around. Crutches, wheelchairs, prosthetics...what a great foundation for conversations and education! ...more
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A board book about getting from here to there that shows a variety of people and body types.
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