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The Pink Hat

The Pink Hat

Hardcover

$17.99
The Pink Hat

About the Book

Celebrate girl power with this charming and empowering picture book about a pink hat and the budding feminist who finds it.

"This simple and cheerful tale suggests, with not an ounce of preachiness, values of care and comfort and the support women have for each other across generations." --The Washington Post

Here is a clever story that follows the journey of a pink hat that is swiped out of a knitting basket by a pesky kitten, blown into a tree by a strong wind, and used as a cozy blanket for a new baby, then finally makes its way onto the head of a young girl marching for women's equality.

Inspired by the 5 million people (many of them children) in 82 countries who participated in the 2017 Women's March, Andrew Joyner has given us a book that celebrates girls and women and equal rights for all!

With themes of empathy, equality, and solidarity, The Pink Hat is a timeless and timely story that will empower readers and promote strength in the diverse and active feminist community.

Product Details

On sale: December 26, 2017
Age: 4-8 years
Grade: Preschool - 3
Page count: 32 Pages
ISBN: 9781524772260
Reading level: Lexile: AD170L | Fountas/Pinnell: I

Author Bio

Andrew Joyner is the illustrator and author of numerous children's books, including Too Many Elephants in the House by Ursula Dubosarsky and The Swap by Jan Ormerod. He also wrote and illustrated the Boris chapter book series, about a winsome and adventurous warthog. His books are now published in more than twenty-five countries. He lives with his wife on the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia. Visit him on the Web at www.andrewjoyner.com.au.

Praise

"This simple and cheerful tale suggests, with not an ounce of preachiness, values of care and comfort and the support women have for each other across generations." —The Washington Post