Feminist Baby Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-04-18 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" Couldn't pass up the 5 minutes it took to read this at the library. I enjoyed it as a 24 year old. Not sure a 2 year-old will get the message, but I appreciate that Loryn Brantz is hoping little girls will remember it as they become more exposed to gender stereotypes. " said.

" Im an adamant feminist and try to instill that in all the kids I work with, but this is noooot a good primer for feminism. A few of the pages are a great way to introduce feminism for kids! A lot of them are straight out bad behavior? Making it either seem like kids shouldn't listen to adults about behavior or that feminists are dirty and noisy. Which like, I understand the place of those arguments, but for ADULTS. Not kids who were trying to teach. " said.

" My daughter gave me this book to read to my granddaughter. The pictures are cute, and my granddaughter loves the book, but frankly I don't really get the "feminist" title. I mean I realize it is a marketing tool, but this baby is simply a baby who apparently belongs to a feminist mom?! But the book makes my daughter delightfully happy, and I am a feminist; so....I guess we are all happy with the marketing ploy! " said.

"I quickly read this while looking for another book in the store. The title caught my attention and cracked me up. I thought it was cute. I've seen a few negative reviews on here and I'm surprised. It seems that the word "feminist" offends them. The story inside is just about a baby not being limited by gender stereotypes like what toys they play with or colors they wear. It wasn't political, it just introduced you to the word and the basic meaning. Growing up I'd always heard of feminism as a negative but I've raised my own children just like the child in this book. I may not have used the words "feminism" and "gender" but they weren't told they couldn't wear/play/do something because it wasn't appropriate for their gender (nor that they had to because of it) and they've turned out to be healthy, caring, independent, confident adults." said.


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Hello, friends! Today’s book is Feminist Baby by Loryn Brantz, a simple and fun board book that celebrates a delightfully rambunctious baby who is simply not interested in conforming to gender roles or stereotypes.

Told in simple rhyming couplets, readers are introduced to Feminist Baby, a smart, fierce, and self-possessed infant. Feminist Baby likes pink AND blue, she likes to play with dolls and cars, and she wears whatever she likes and feels comfortable in, regardless of others’ opinions. She is unashamedly smart, joyfully cacophonous, and okay, yes, WILL occasionally throw up on you (she is a baby, after all). Most importantly, Feminist Baby can and will be whoever and whatever she wants to be, and has the freedom and the right to chase all her dreams.

What a great little board book! Fans of Brantz’s will recognize Feminist Baby as a popular character from her hilarious webcomics, and she translates the unapologetically “woke” infant into kidlit-format extremely well. The illustrations are colorful, fun, and filled with energy, and the length is perfect for even the littlest bookworms. Best of all, the message is a universal one that little girls and boys all deserve to learn at the earliest stages: you should be free to be who you are, regardless of both your gender and the expectations that people place upon you because of it. JJ and I both loved it; it’s a wonderful book for all little readers, and it’s Baby Bookworm approved!

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" A cute book telling girls that they should embrace their inner feminist!! " said.

" This was adorable, funny, and perfect for babies! It made me laugh out loud several times, and isn't overtly preachy. I've already recommended it to a couple of patrons. " said.

" I read this in a grocery store."Feminist baby can be whatever she dreams," except you've already decided her religion for her, haven't you? Feminist baby can be whatever she dreams... as long as it's Feminist. It's wrong to push complex, oppressive ideologies like Feminism on kids. There is no such thing as a Christian baby, no such thing as a Muslim baby, no such thing as a Communist baby, and no such thing as a Feminist baby. " said.

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