SOME GIRLS

Some Girls is the first in a series of early childhood books by Comedian Nelly Thomas aimed at challenging gender and other stereotypes.

Beautifully illustrated by Sarah DunkSome Girls offers parents, carers, educators and kids a way to talk about different ways to be a girl.

It affirms all expressions of gender and teaches kids to accept all girls as they are.

SOME GIRLS will be available for sale in November 2017.

SOME BOYS will be available in 2018.

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WHY AM I WRITING THESE BOOKS?

I am a comedian and an author.

I have two daughters.

One loves Barbies and dresses.

The other loves Power Rangers and shorts.

They are both awesome.

One of my girls has a hard time of it.

I'm sure you can guess which one.

It astounds me that something as simple as a little girl wanting to wear a Superman outfit or a little boy wanting to have long hair is still such an issue in 2017.

My hope is that these books will help parents, carers, educators and others to affirm all kids for who they truly are, and not some out-dated idea of gender stereotypes.


Both Some Girls and Some Boys are currently being finished in the studio. These books are being lovingly created and self-published. As such, they take a bit of time. We promise they will be worth the wait!

SOME GIRLS will be available in November 2017 (ready for Christmas)

SOME BOYS will be available in 2018

KEEP UP TO DATE WITH SOME KIDS NEWS:

JOIN OUR MAILING LIST HERE 
LIKE OUR PAGE ON FACEBOOK HERE

To contact us and for other info email info@somekidsbooks.com

SOME GIRLS will be available in November 2017!

SOME GIRLS will be available in November 2017!

 
  • AIMS

  • To give modern parents a tool to talk to kids about gender and affirm all expressions of it

  • To give Early Childhood Educators a tool to open up discussions about diversity

  • To tell all kids they're perfectly fine as they are

  • To teach kids to accept their friends and others as they are

  • To expressly challenge the idea that girls have to be compliant and nice all the time

  • To develop girls sense that they are strong and capable 

  • To undermine the idea that all girls should be expected to look a certain way 

 

 

 

 

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