Best of Baby Winner for Best Book Subscription
Nurturing positive traits—like empathy, tolerance and kindness—is an important aspect of parenting. Diversifying your bookshelf is one of the best ways to raise kids who embrace all races, ethnicities, genders and family structures. Of course, books still need to be age-appropriate and engaging in order to capture your child’s attention. Finding it difficult to source stories that meet the mark? Check out Little Feminist, an inclusive book club for babies, toddlers and big kids. It’s a subscription that focuses on “stories less told.” Each month you’ll receive two board books or one picture book featuring racially diverse, disabled and LGBTQIA+ characters (to name a few), plus bonus book swag, such as a fun DIY activity, a discussion card and a letter to parents that explains why the books were chosen.
Little Feminist is all about books that feature underrepresented identities in children’s literature, including stories that defy gender norms, celebrate body diversity, challenge abelism and highlight unique family structures. Many options were written by authors and illustrators who identify as part of the same underrepresented group as the book’s main character
Every book goes through a months-long review process by a team of educators and parents—to ensure that it’s age-appropriate, engaging and in-line with the brand values—before making it into a subscription box
There are four unique plans that cater to babies, toddlers, preschoolers and big kids up to the age of 9—so you can keep the reading and learning going for years to come
You can cancel the baby subscription box at any time and avail of a range of flexible payment options, including monthly, quarterly, bi-annual or annual billing.
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