Franny’s Father is a Feminist
Franny is a little girl whose father is a feminist. Franny’s father shows Franny that girls can do anything boys can do. Since Franny was a little girl she has been able to take her bike apart and put it back together. On weekends she goes fishing with her father. Franny’s father helps Franny get ready for school while her mom is at work. Franny’s father knows that there are no boy chores or girls chores. He likes doing laundry, cleans the bathroom, and does his daughter’s hair. When Franny has friends sleepover, Franny’s father reads them stories about important women in history, like Sally Ride and Malala Yousafsai.
I would recommend this book to everyone. I like that this book shows that girls can do anything boys can do and boys can do anything girls can do. It is fine for dads to stay home and raise their kids while the moms go to work. It is important to show girls that they can do anything boys can do and that they deserve all the same rights as boys. I love the illustrations, and I think that Megan Walker did a fantastic job drawing the characters and adding more to the story through her illustrations. I thought it was funny that it showed them at a protest and they were protesting kittens. But it showed that it is important to stand up for the things you believe in. I would give this book more than five stars if I could. I absolutely loved Franny’s Father is a Feminist, and I will be telling all my friends about it.
|Author||Rhonda Leet • Megan Walker, Illustrator|
|Page Count||32 pages|
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