"I first saw this book with my chemistry professor. We often bond on current social justice issues and I had a baby shower to go to, so I purchased 2 of these and 1 of counting on community. They are perfect gifts for people who have children or are about to have children. The reading level may be be for 7-8 year olds because there are some big words but definitely something you can teach your children early on. The illustrations are powerful." Maisa Morrar said.
"Awesome awesome just awesome. My son loves this book and so do my hippy friends! It's a win-win!" Rachael E. Pressley said.
"Great for any future activist! Even taught me about people I hadn't heard of...so cool!" mary k dye said.
"I've purchased this book for several friends and their children (including my niece), and they love it each and every time! A great book to read to children and engage them in social justice issues. Can Innosanto create a book specifically dedicated to "Feminism"? I would purchase in a heartbeat. Thank you...." yadi c munoz said.
"I LOVED this one. We have had many books on activism in my home and even though my kids are in early elementary school now I bought this board book anyway. Once we had enjoyed it several times, I gave it to my sister for her 2 year old twins." Shannon Ergun said.
"Everyone I know started popping out babies all at once. I ordered 4 copies of this after hearing about it from another friend (who has a newborn) and I'm delighted by the message of this book (it's quite advanced) and that my gifting it can help solidify my kooky aunt status forever. The illustrations are also stunning, and I love that there's a cat on each page for an extra element of fun. It's a great way to generate some interesting conversations with small children. I have given it to friends with a range of political beliefs and they've all enjoyed the book." lizpride said.
"It's a wonderful way to introduce children and parents to ideas, vocabulary and people which will make them more aware of social involvement and empathy." knolan said.
"This book is inappropriate for younger children. There's no question that examples used must be discussed but there's a time, place and a way that a parent should be afforded the opportunity to do so. I'm actually returning this book because by the time my child and I will have this discussion, he will know his alphabets." Daughter of Sheba said.