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Welcome to the Nature Baby Journal, a thoughtfully curated world of information for parents and parents to be. Inspiration, products and ideas that will nurture you, your baby and the environment.
Responding to the Black Lives Matter movement and the important pressure and questions being raised all around the world about our individual and systemic racism, one of the areas we could see that we, and other parents, could influence change is the education of our children. We know that we, and many of you, are keen to do better, to learn more, and to raise our kids with greater awareness and understanding than we have had. A wonderful way we can start to do this is through the many books we read with children.
We asked our Instagram community for children's book recommendations that celebrate and represent diversity. We were inundated with so many wonderful suggestions and thought we would share some of the common responses here. When looking for books for your little one, we recommend supporting local bookstores or browsing the shelves of your local library.
Little People Big Dreams series by Maria Isabel Sánchez Vegara
Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes by Mem Fox and Helen Oxenbury
Priya Dreams of Marigolds and Masala by Meenal Patel
Here We Are Oliver Jeffers
Whoever You Are by Mem Fox
Same Same But Different by Jenny Shaw
All Are Welcome by Alexandra Penfold and Suzanne Kaufman
This Is How We Do It: One Day in the Lives of Seven Kids from Around the Worldby Matt Lamonthe
Julian Is A Mermaid by Jessica Love
You, Me And Empathy by Jayneen Sanders
Counting On Community Innosanto Nagara
What Is A Refugee by Elise Gravel
Home Sweet Home by Mia Cassany
The Hello Atlas by Ben Handicott
Wide Big World by Maxine Beneba Clarke
Story Boat by Kyo Maclear
The Oldest Student: How Mary Walker Learned to Read by Rita Lorraine Hubbard
Saturday by Oge Mora
A Map Into The World by Kao Kalia Yang
An ABC of Equality by Chana Ginelle Ewing
We Are Family by Pat Hegarty
I Am Australian Too by Mem Fox
A Is For Activist by Innosanto Nagara
@booksfordiversity on Intagram for wonderful recommendations
So many beautiful books, we are looking to get a few of these titles in store & online too. Happy reading xx Nb
Here is a lovely little list of books to enjoy with your little ones as days are spent indoors, and the seasons change outside.
This yummy smoothie is perfect for restoring energy levels postpartum. Filled with fibre, protein and iron.
Nature Baby Grandmother Catherine, shares with us her top three essentials for baby. Similar to the Waldorf philosophy of keeping little one snug with layers of warmth throughout the day.
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