Curated Inclusive Design : Inclusive Children’s Literature

The CeCe & Roxy Books series was written with the intention to create more space for protagonists of color, specifically a biracial female protagonist. Their stories follow the everyday adventures of CeCe, her family, and the pitbull they foster for a soldier who gets deployed. 

A new LGBT children's pop-up book celebrating the coming out journey. This fun and interactive 26-page pop-up book embraces the messaging of diversity, acceptance, and embracing your truths, especially within the LGBTQ+ community.

We absolutely love this. Beginning body-positive messaging at an early age reduces many future mental health issues, including eating and anxiety disorders. Her Body Can” by bloggers Ady Meschke and Katie Crenshaw is the first book in a series of inclusive children’s literature. Representation matters and is everywhere, and now we finally have a body positivity book that can be found in the children’s book section. 

Her Body Can

From Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls 2. This video was made to show how ridiculous it is for women to wait around to be saved by a prince. Quoting Rebel Girls "Our daughters deserve more!" and we couldn't agree more!

Good Night Stories from Rebel Girls reinvents fairy tales, inspiring girls with the stories of 100 heroic women from Elizabeth I to Serena Williams. Illustrated by 60 women artists from every corner of the globe!

Historically most of the Disney princesses have been demure, and damsels in distress. This is how women and consumers largely - unknowingly buy into the perception and conditioning. A big shoutout to Rebel Girls for this initiative to be in tune with the times and challenge the norm: Damsel in Distress No More!
Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls