Today we’re delighted to share with you a sneak peek of AN ABC OF EQUALITY by Chana Ginelle Ewing, out September 3, 2019.
In An ABC of Equality, debut author and women’s advocate Chana Ginelle Ewing offers the first children’s concept book focused on equality and educating youth about the importance of intersectionality. Ewing makes complicated identity concepts like gender, immigration, and ability – accessible for children and encourages informative and constructive conversations around our modern and evolving vocabulary.
“Our children and future generations are living beautifully diverse and intersectional lives and it is time we all share a universal vocabulary that defines who we are,” said Chana Ginelle Ewing. “I wrote An ABC of Equality to expand the existing boundaries around identities, create a truly inclusive conversation at the earliest age, and redefine how we think about society.”
An ABC of Equality boldly introduces important individual and societal concepts to the youngest of children. This board book is designed for the curious with bite-sized and easy to read pieces of content from A to Z. Each page bursts with color and vibrant artwork to teach children about the multicultural world we live in and navigate through every day.
About the book:
A is for Ability, B is for Belief, C is for Class. ALL people have the right to be treated fairly, no matter who they are, what they look like, or where they come from. This is called Equality. Celebrate your Differences, ask more Questions, share your Kindness, and learn to Understand the world. With clear and simple explanations, plus bright and engaging artwork, this is the perfect gift for anyone who wants to teach children how to hold important conversations around social justice.
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Women and identity advocate and entrepreneur, Chana Ginelle Ewing is the Founder and CEO of Geenie, a leading women’s empowerment platform centering the stories of Black women for personal growth. She is the author of the forthcoming children’s book An ABC of Equality, illustrated by Paulina Morgan (Frances Lincoln Children’s Books, Sept 2019).