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3 Life Changing Books To Guide Your Feminist Parenting

Make a long lasting impact on your children with healthy parenting advice from these authors

The beauty of feminist parenting is that your kids are likely to go on bringing up your grandkids in the same way, continuing healthy habits of love, empowerment and inclusivity.

These three books are all you need to get started with refreshing parenthood for the next generation. The best way forward is of course if everyone in the family reads these, so you’re all on the same page. And then you’re all set to massively improve your kids’ lives!

#1 Can Mommy Go To Work? by Christine Michel Carter

Can Mommy Go To Work? is an Amazon best-seller, written to help working moms have the conversation with their kids about why they work so hard.

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#2 My Strong Mind by Niels Van Hove

My Strong Mind is one of the best books that a feminist parent could own in order to instill feminist values and qualities in their child while at the same time empowering themselves. In a world riddled with regressive books for children and based on parenting, My Strong Mind is a breath of fresh air.

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#3 All About Love: New Visions by bell hooks

This is a book that’s about different kinds of love, including loving kids. She is fervently against capital punishment and writes passionately about that topic. She also advocates for creating a community of people for your child so that they can experience different perspectives. Though she doesn’t have children of her own, hooks writes about being part of that community for a friend and her teenage daughter.

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Contributors to this article
Christine Carter from ChristineMichelCarter

Jamie Bacharach from Acupuncture Jerusalem

Rachel Wagner from Rachel-Wagner

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