Back to School Event! All children’s Trailblazer Tees $20!

*Limited Time* For every order we’ll donate one T-shirt

Enjoy 15% off July Trailblazer Birthdays here!

Free shipping and returns on US orders over $49

10 Kid-Approved Books To Check Out For Women’s History Month Curated By Madison’s Magical Library

The Women's History Month celebrations continue! In fact, you could say we celebrate year round here at Piccolina. After all, lifting up Trailblazing women in history is kind of our thing. This week we're thrilled to partner with Madison's Magical Library to bring you 10 kid-approved books to read this month with your little ones.

In the wake of this past summer's rocky political climate, 8 year old Madison Franklin wanted to do something positive and set out to create her own Diversity Library right at home in New Jersey. She's collected hundreds of books and is sharing the love with her community. She even has a "lending library" outside of her home for others to share and borrow books, and has held events like socially distant readings in her backyard. Her vision is to create a library full of books with characters of different races, ethnicities, religions, abilities, and more. That's something we can get behind!

We invited Madison to share some of her favorite picks from her collection to bring you some kid-approved books for Women's History Month, featuring RBG, Malala, and more! Check out her list below and be sure to follow along her journey on Instagram at @madison.in.the.city!

Do you know any Trailblazing kids in your community? Give them a shout out in the comments below!

Amazing Women: Over 100 Lives To Inspire You Amazing Women: Over 100 Lives To Inspire You
"I loved this book because I have never heard of so many of these women. My mom has been reading to me about each person."
Time For Kids: Eleanor Roosevelt: First Lady of the World Time For Kids: Eleanor Roosevelt: First Lady of the World
"WOW! I learned how much Eleanor helped people all over the world!!"
A Picture Book Of Anne Frank A Picture Book Of Anne Frank
"I did not know who Anne Frank was. I learned about her entire story from this book. It is a sad story but you should learn about her!"
Malala's Magic Pencil Malala's Magic Pencil
"I really liked the pictures in this book. You should read this book to inspire you to find the magic!"
Young Harriet Tubman Young Harriet Tubman
"I love how Harriet Tubman never gave up!!"
Who Was Mother Teresa? Who Was Mother Teresa?
"I like how much Mother Teresa helped the poor!"
Juliette Gordon Low America's First Girl Scout Juliette Gordon Low America's First Girl Scout
"I have been in Girl Scouts for 4 years. I love how she wanted girls to make a difference!"
Ruth Objects The Life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg Ruth Objects The Life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
"I liked this book and didn't know women earned less money!"
Young Rosa Parks Young Rosa Parks
"I learned about Rosa Parks but I never knew about her life."
The Extraordinary Life of Katherine Johnson The Extraordinary Life of Katherine Johnson
"This book is fun to flip through. Each page has pictures and writing. You learn fun facts about Katherine and I like the timeline at the end."

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published