Anti-Princesa Books For Everyone

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In honor of Women’s History Month, I have teamed up with Multicultural Kid Blogs and Books del sur to showcase one of my favorite series of authentic Spanish literature for kids- the Anti-Princesas series. The books highlight three important female figures in Latino history in an age-appropriate manner that allows boys and girls of all ages and backgrounds the opportunity to identify with and learn from the stories of powerful Latina women. Frida Kahlo, Juana Azurduy and Violeta Parra are prolific female historic figures who have traditionally not been celebrated by mainstream culture as strong role models. The Anti Princesas series aims to change that- and they do it phenomenally well by highlighting the important character traits of model females.   We also have exciting news about the English versions of these books, a giveaway of the Frida Kahlo book, and a free paper doll printable of Juana, Violeta and Frida. Basically, this is the best anti princesa post ever!

Anti-Princesas Press

I don’t need to tell you how amazing the anti-princesas books are. Remezcla, The Huffington Post and Latina Magazine have all done that already. The School Library Journal even reviewed them. Check it out!

Live Interview with Heather

In anticipation of this post, Heather Robertson-Devine (owner of Books del sur) and I sat down for a Facebook Live Interview about the importance the anti-princesas as a tool for self-discovery and empathy building. If you missed it on Facebook, don’t worry, you can watch it here. Don’t forget to subscribe to Pura Vida Moms on You Tube!

Anti-Princesas Paper Doll Printable

The Anti-Princesas have marched on Washington! You can take them in paper doll form anywhere in the world- and we encourage you to document your experiences on social media. Follow and tag @puravidamoms and @booksdelsur and use the hashtags #bilingualwe and #antiprincesas

Click here for your Anti-Princesa paper doll printable

Where to Buy Your Own Anti-Princesas Collection

I’m so excited to announce that Books del sur books are now available for purchase right from Pura Vida Moms website! Click below to purchase your own set of anti-princesas- and support two female, mom-owned businesses right here in the the USA. Thank you for your support!!

Purchase the Anti-Princesas books, in Spanish, from Books del sur here

Enter to win your own Spanish Language copy of the Frida Kahlo anti-princesa book!

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Exciting News!! Anti-Princesas en English!

Books del sur and Pura Vida Moms are so excited to announce that the English version of Frida Kahlo will be available in April of 2017- so stay tuned for the pre-order information!

Looking for more Women’s History Month content from Pura Vida Moms?

Don’t forget to hop over to other Multicultural Kid Bloggers sites for poignant and informative stories about women in history in honor of Women’s History Month.

Women's History Month Series on Multicultural Kid Blogs

Join us for our annual Women’s History Month series, celebrating the contributions and accomplishments of women around the world. Follow along all month plus link up your own posts below! Don’t miss our series from 2016 and 2015, and find even more posts on our Women’s History board on Pinterest:

Follow Multicultural Kid Blogs’s board Women’s History on Pinterest.

March 1
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March 2
The Jenny Evolution: More Children’s Books About Amazing Women
March 3
Colours of Us: 32 Multicultural Picture Books About Strong Female Role Models
March 6
modernmami: 103 Children’s Books for Women’s History Month
March 7
A Crafty Arab: The Arab Woman Who Carved Exquisite Beauty into Science
March 8
Hispanic Mama: 5 Children’s Books About Latina Women

March 9
MommyMaestra: Free Download – Women’s History Month Trading Cards
March 10
MommyMaestra on MommyMaestra on Multicultural Kid Blogs: Celebrating Women’s History Month
March 13
Crafty Moms Share: First Ladies and Eleanor Roosevelt
March 14
Mama Smiles: Write Down Your Family’s Women’s History
March 15
Bookworms and Owls: Ruth Bader Ginsburg – Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
March 16
Creative World of Varya: 6 Quotes About Women from Various Religious Writings
March 17
Knocked Up Abroad: 7 Ways Swedish Women Can Revolutionize Your Life Today
March 20
La Cité des Vents on Multicultural Kid Blogs: Women in History or Women’s Stories?
March 21
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March 22
Melibelle in Tokyo: After Devestation, Life – Miki Sawada Mothers 2,000
March 23
All Done Monkey: Girls Who Changed the World
March 24
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Family in Finland
March 28
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March 30
Let the Journey Begin

Don’t miss our Women’s History Month Activity Printables, on sale now!

Women's History Month Activity Printables

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