Gloria Steinem started a movement that changed our world. This picture-book biography of the pioneering feminist brings the message of equality to a new generation. Using gorgeous watercolor illustrations, this biography of Gloria Steinem introduces young readers to the leader of the women's liberation movement.
Following her from childhood through her political awakening and beyond, Gloria's Voice explains Steinem's motivations and beliefs, as well as the obstacles she faced in fighting for women's rights. Throughout, debut author and artist Aura Lewis highlights Gloria's message of equality and the importance of believing in oneself. Every young person — but especially girls — will find inspiration in Gloria's journey and this timely biography.
"Debut author-illustrator Lewis focuses on Gloria Steinem’s early life and career.... Lewis’s watercolor and mixed-media art features glowing rose and tangerine shades, with compositions and fonts that call to mind 1960s-era graphic design. On one surreal spread, Steinem stands triumphantly on the keys of her typewriter, hands on her hips, red hair flowing. Endnotes hint at Steinem’s many more accomplishments. It’s a subtle ode to an iconic figure of quiet 'strength and enormous influence.'" — Publishers Weekly
|Recommended Age||5 - 9|
|Publication Date||Mar 6, 2018|
|Publisher||Sterling Children's Books|