Bubble Challenging Childrens’ Books.

Here lies a compilation of childrens’ books meant to challenge the boundary of your parenting bubble. Beautiful books that are sometimes hard to read and hard to explain, but completely fulfilling. Books that show hard, bad sides of the world, but then show the beauty that always outweighs. Books that will bring you to tears while you read them out loud. Books that need to be read and remembered, books to help instill empathy in us and our children. Books that will be banned due to their challenging nature.

Books, books, books are beautiful.

http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3463007-10-000-dresses

10,000 Dresses by Marcus Ewert (gender nonconformity)

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Sam’s Sister by Juliet C. Bond (Another view on adoption)

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Hiroshima No Pika by Toshi Maruki

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Milo and the Magical Stones by Marcus Pfister (conservation of resources)

This list will continue to grow. If you know of any challenging books you feel should be read, leave a comment below!!!

*All pictures of books are from Goodreads and pictures will directly link to the goodreads pages.

 

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One response to “Bubble Challenging Childrens’ Books.

  1. Oh hi!

    This is Marcus Ewert, author of 10,000 Dresses! Thanks for including me in such a great (and maximally worthwhile!) line-up! Y’all sound like my kinda family!
    (Please note- I’m currently working on a sequel where Bailey’s entire family have gone from being knee-jerk ‘phobes into incredibly supportive allies. I always knew they would, but couldn’t figure out how to work into it the first book. This book will be called BAILEY & THE VALENTINE CASTLE.)

    Love to you all from
    Marcus & BAILEY!

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