Books for a stronger and kinder tomorrow.


It’s so important to have these conversations early on with kids of all genders, so that it is part of their consciousness from the get-go. But [The Girl Who Said I’m Sorry] is also a clever story, leading up to that perfect “a-ha!” moment—which just makes it that much more of a gem.

Innosanto Nagara, author of “A is for Activist”

—Innosanto Nagara, author of “A is for Activist”

Girls get often mixed messages from well-meaning parents, friends, teachers, and the media. [The Girl Who Said Sorry] encourages girls to think on their own and accept their uniqueness. It’s a refreshing book with captivating illustrations.

Cynthia Chin-Lee, author of “Operation Marriage”

—Cynthia Chin-Lee, author of “Operation Marriage”