Pink, Blue, and You!: Questions for Kids about Gender Stereotypes

Gravel, E. ; Blais, M.
This attractive and accessible Canadian picture book introduces gender and gender stereotypes to students in grades 3-7. It includes an overview of biological sex versus gender, an introduction to inclusive pronouns, and examples of how gender has shaped and continues to shape the world and gender norms in different cultures and throughout history. Thoughtful questions allow readers to consider why gender stereotypes exist and if they are fair or true. Suitable as an anchor text and read-aloud, it can foster discussion of gender roles, stereotypes, physical changes in puberty, inclusion, safety, human rights, families, and being oneself. Social considerations noted.
LGBTQ, Novel
Physical and Health Education
  • 3-7

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