Never has there been a more important time to speak up for ourselves and the rights of others. As parents, we all want to raise young activists. If you’re not sure how to discuss these issues with your children, books are the perfect conversation starters. Curl up with your child with one or more of these books about activists throughout history and present day to inspire you and your young activists.
- I Wish Parents Could Bring Birthday Treats Into The Classroom Againmamasdoody
- Football Players Give Clothes to Classmate Bullied for Wearing Same Outfit Every Dayhttps:sarahcottrellfreelance
- 9 Things I Love About Being the Tall Girl & 9 Things My Daughter Loves About Being Shortletmestartbysayingblog
- DIY Dollar Store Trophies For Fun Family Eventsby Holly Wadeclubcrafted
For twelve years Thien-Kim Lam has been doling out relationship advice and sex tips while simultaneously hawking edible body powders and vibrators at in home toy parties. Now she’s trying to follow her own advice by keeping her buzzy devices hidden from her two young kids.She blogs about her multicultural family, food, and books at I’m Not the Nanny. She is the founder of Bawdy Bookworms, a subscription box meets virtual book club that pairs a sexy romance book with sensual bedroom accessories. Every woman deserves a happy ending.