Vote for Effie by Laura Wood. This is children’s novel follows Effie as she runs for class president and aims to make her school a more inclusive place. It’s another book that encourages children to feel empowered and change the world around them.
Moxie by Jennifer Matthieu. A fun YA novel looking at how one girl can make a difference by standing up for what she thinks is right, forging friendships with other girls along the way and challenging the status quo in her high school.
If you’ve got other recommendations for great feminist reads for children and young adults, feel free to add your suggestions in the comments section.
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