She’s confident, caring, assertive, and accepting of all, which is why adults and children alike fell in love with Feminist Baby by writer and illustrator Loryn Brantz.
Now in the much-anticipated follow-up, FEMINIST BABY FINDS HER VOICE!, our pint-sized heroine, along with new friends in tow, is ready to stand-up and tell the world about just how AWESOME equality and having the freedom to express oneself can be!
Brick: Who Found Herself in Architecture invites children to join a young brick on her journey to find her place in the world. She travels the globe, visiting a diverse list of brick structures — the Malbork Castle in Poland, Mahabodhi Buddhist Temple in India, Grosvenor Estate apartments in England, the Great Wall in China, and the Park East Synagogue in New York City, among others — all the while pondering where she may best fit.
Bear is ravenous when he wakes up from his winter sleep and has one thing on his mind: honey! Alas, it is too soon for honey, so Bear tries hard to be patient. The world around him is waking up, too, and he soon remembers all the other things he loves, like warm grass, berries, and rain. He’s almost content, until, one day, he hears a welcome buzzing sound . . . and finally it is time for Bear to delight in the thing he relishes above all others — and it is as warm, golden, sweet, and good as he remembered.
Once again, Tom Booth, author of Don’t Blink!, breaks the fourth wall to delight and entice readers young and old in this sweet and funny, experiential picture book.
How did you find this book? Don’t you know this book is a secret book? Readers will delight in being asked how they found this book. Did Monkey tell? Was it Owl? Giraffe? Maybe the animal who “told” would rather share than keep a secret. Especially when sharing a book as good as this one makes him so happy!
Story time with Steve Light, author of “Swap!” and “The Bunny Burrow Buyers Book” – March 6th, 2016
Story time with Steve Light, author and illustrator of “Have You Seen My Monster?” – May 3rd, 2015Story time with Stephen Savage, author and illustrator of “Little Tug” – April 12th, 2015
Story time with Laura Ljungkvist, illustrator of “A Line Can Be” – March 22nd, 2015