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   © 2018 Be a BOLD Girl!

AWARDS

By Kim Collins

2018 Moonbeam Children's Book Award Gold Medal
Gold Medal Winner: Body/Mind/Spirit - Self-Esteem Category

7th Annual Beverly Hills Book Award
Winner: Children's Inspirational/Motivational Category

Finalist: Social/Political Change Category

Purple Dragonfly 2019

First Place: Children's Non-Fiction

First Place: Educational

First Place: Photography

REVIEWS

A wonderful photo essay / children's book that teaches the A-Z of equality, activism, inclusion, imagination, and audacity, with fantastically diverse children teaching each letter of the alphabet with style, humor, and sass. 

Every child will be able to see his or herself in this book, their unique possibilities, and the role they can play in making the world more inclusive and just and.... especially when you reach the fantastic outfits the kids wear for the letter Z, a little more zany!

I really love this book.

- Craig Wiesner

Bookseller/Owner of Reach & Teach, San Mateo California

"I am a visual learner and also dyslexic so for me, F is for Feminist is a real win. The photographs capture the essence of the words on the page perfectly. I love this book!"

—Elena Schwed, Recruitment Specialist,

Girl Scouts Heart of Central California
 

"I love this book! The photographs and messages are so engaging and thought-provoking that I found myself lingering over each and every page. The author presents such important and timely messages in an easy and relatable manner for people both young and old, male and female. I see myself buying copies for family, friends, and classroom."

—Michelle Green, kindergarten teacher

of 28 years and lifelong feminist

“F is for Feminist is the book I wish I had written, and the book I hope ends up on the bookshelf of every girl, young and old. This engaging and timely book will motivate and encourage our girls to become strong, capable, and confident young women. In this case, F also stands for Fantastic."

—Susan Stone Belton, speaker, coach,

and author of Real Parents, Real Kids, Real Talk