Book Hunting Expeditions Reading Life Reading Themes Sisterhood and Female Bonds

[BHE 363] A Nod To Female Creators from Picturebooks to Feminist Books

Giselle Potter, LeUyen Pham, Khoa Le, Patricia Polacco, Nicola Davies and many more.


Myra here.

Every Sunday, we share the books that managed to find their way into our hands through our book hunting expeditions, library visits, and other means.

I have a range of books found from the library that I am excited to share with you all – as they all fit our current reading theme quite nicely (or at least I hope so).

Library Haul on Sisterhood and Female Bonds: Picturebooks

This Is My Dollhouse by Giselle Potter, Players In Pigtails by Shana Corey and Rebecca Gibbon.

Twig by Aura Parker, Aunt Claire’s Yellow Beehive Hair by Deborah Blumenthal and Mary GrandPré, Miss Hazeltine’s Home For Shy And Fearful Cats by Alicia Potter and Birgitta Sif.

A Very, Very Noisy Tractor by Mar Pavon and Nivola Uya, The Night Of The Noises by Mar Pavon and Maria Jose Olavarria.

Big Sister, Little Sister by LeUyen Pham, Sun And Moon Sisters by Khoa Le.

Library Haul on Sisterhood and Female Bonds: Nonfiction Picturebooks and Graphic Novels

The Lemonade Club by Patricia Polacco, An A From Miss Keller by Patricia Polacco.

Tiny Creatures: The World Of Microbes by Nicola Davies and Emily Sutton, 9 Months by Courtney Adamo and Esther Van de Paal and Illustrated by Lizzy Stewart.

Little Leaders: Bold Women In Black History by Vashti Harrison, Look Up! Bird Watching In Your Own Backyard by Annette LeBlanc Cate.

The Baby-Sitters Club: Dawn And The Impossible Three by Gale Galligan based on the novel by Ann M. Martin, Sanity & Tallulah by Molly Brooks.

Library Haul on Sisterhood and Female Bonds: Feminist Titles

The Trouble With Women by Jacky Fleming, If I’d Known Then: Women In Their 20s and 30s Write Letters To Their Younger Selves edited by Ellyn Spragins.

The Feminine Revolution by Amy Stanton and Catherine Connors, I Dare To Say: African Women Share Their Stories Of Hope And Survival edited by Hilda Twongyeirwe.

How about you? What books found their way into your hands recently?


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