Some Girls Wear Blue
In a world where gender inequality is very much at the forefront of the conversation, this boardbook teaches young children that stereotypical gender roles don't have to define who you are.
Some girls wear blue. Some boys wear pink.
[Art Note: A Girl stands wearing blue overalls. A Boy stands wearing a pink shirt.]
Some girls like trucks. Some boys like dolls.
[Art Note: A Girl plays with a truck next to a Boy playing with a baby doll.]
Some girls like far off adventures. Some boys like playing house.
[Art Note: A Girl sits in a rocket tent playing ‘astronaut’. A Boy has an apron on and plays in a toy kitchen.]
Some girls have short hair. Some boys have long hair.
[Art Note: A Girl sits in a barber chair smiling with a pixie cut. A Boy sits in a barber chair smiling with shaggy hair in his face.]
Some girls are loud. Some boys are soft.
[Art Note: A Girl runs and yells on the playground. A Boy quietly reads a book to a stuffed animal under a tree.]
Some girls like to take charge. Some boys like to follow a leader.
[Art Note: A Girl wearing a toy hardhat holds a hand-drawn schematic and points to a pile of blocks. A Boy is happily building the house in the Girl’s drawing.]
And some girls wear pink. And some boys wear blue.
[Art Note: A Girl stands wearing a pink dress with unicorns on it. A Boy stands wearing blue overalls and a shirt with little cars on it.]