The Pirate of Kindergarten -- spunky girl's creative response to her eye patch treatment for double vision
Fanny -- a fabulous tale of a young girl's creative solution to her mother's refusal to let her have the popular doll she wants
Brave Charlotte -- a young sheep proves she willing to stand out from the herd and, in the process, saves the day
book ideas for the summer
The Boy Who Grew Flowers Jennifer Wojtowicz ISBN 1841486868
A Bad Case of Stripes on www.amightygirl.com
"Princesses can be Pirates Too" is an adorable and simple story that shows that girls can play and be tough and be leaders just like boys can. This book helps young children break the stereotypes of girls v. boys and which is "allowed" to do. I think every young child could benefit from reading this book and doing a lesson on this topic. This book is appropriate for kids in pre-k to 1/st 2nd grade.
Packaging Girlhood: Rescuing Our Daughters from Marketers' Schemes by Sharon Lamb,http://www.amazon.com/dp/0312370059/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_EgdWsb0TQZFBV4W9