This Inclusive New Kids' Book Wants to Dismantle the Stereotypes of Beauty
Teaching kids from a young age that there's more than one definition of the term "beautiful" is paramount. And although telling your kids that beauty comes in all shapes, sizes, and colors ad nauseam is helpful, being able to physically show them leaves a longer impression. Fortunately, Universal Standard is releasing a brand-new kids' book called What Would Fashion Look Like if it Included All of Us?, which seeks to dismantle stereotypes of beauty in the fashion world.
Illustrated by Alison Hawkins, the book paints a picture of a world where everyone is accepting of people of all body types and abilities and invites kids to see themselves in it. Additionally, 100 percent of the proceeds from the book sales will be donated to #SAVEWITHSTORIES, in partnership with Save The Children and No Kid Hungry, so you can feel pretty good about ordering a copy for your little ones. Parents can also order the book for free digitally, with an option to donate to the cause at checkout.
Preorder this uplifting book for $21, which will be available April 15, to show your kids that there's no one way to be truly beautiful.