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Experts Tell Us the Best Feminist Chapter Books

This article showcases our top picks for the Feminist Chapter Books. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

The Art of Choosing You by Robin Chant

This product was recommended by Robin Chant from Art of Choosing You

A feminist book is a self help book written by Robin Chant – first female fire fighter on a full time department in Canada. The book is choosing to live a life beyond social norms

Women Who BossUp by Tam Luc

This product was recommended by Sheena Yap Chan from The Tao Of Self Confidence

We created this book so that we can create a stronger representation of Asian Women. We are still very underrepresented and it’s important to create role models for our future generation. You never see books that highlight Asian women on a cover of a book and that alone is powerful. The stories also are stories that women can relate to. After reading each story, they can realize what’s possible for themselves.

Princess in Black by Shannon and Dean Hale

This product was recommended by Shaun Price from MitoQ

Writing team Shannon and Dean Hale write wonderful feminist books for young readers. In Princess in Black, a young princess is also a superhero, showing young women that femininity and strength go hand-in-hand.

untold by Gabrielle Deonath and Kamini Ramdeen

This product was recommended by Kristen Elworthy from Mango & Marigold Press and Brown Girl Magazine

The book is a collection of 31 real stories that explore the South Asian experience in North America and the U.K. through the lens of identity, being, and relationships. The stories, written by emerging voices, shed light on the authentic truths of living as womxn with hyphenated identities that have been only whispered-until now.

Don’t Lose Your Head By Harriet Marsden

This product was recommended by Kourtney Jason from Pacific & Court

Don’t Lose Your Head is the story of all six wives, told in their own (imagined) words, along with a few bits from Henry’s mother and daughters. With a bit of sarcasm and friendly charm, each of these legendary ladies explains how their 16th-century hard-earned lessons (from living with unstable men to enduring stifling Tudor traditions) apply to dating, marriage, and feminism in today’s world.

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

This product was recommended by Charles McMillan from Stand With Main Street

Who wouldn’t agree, that the story of the March sisters in the 1960’s shows the many ways to be a woman and what a woman can do. The story streamlines empowering woman, that they can dream, they can achieve anything, and they can endure the most painful lost.

The Worthy Wardrobe by Morgan A. Wider

This product was recommended by Gabriella Delcampo from The Legion Media Group

This book is going to change how you think about clothes and yourself. Part memoir and part guidebook, it features Morgan’s personal evolution that led to where she is now—transforming the wardrobes, mentalities, and lives of women across the world.

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