Nov / Dec 2018: Age of Innocence

Storytellers have filled the world with childhood heroes and heroines for generations. From Romeo & Juliet to Harry Potter, some of our most beloved literature comes from children’s literature. It teaches, it inspires, and it never leaves our hearts. This issue of Femnista focuses on the wonderful children’s stories that remind us of our own childhood.

IN THIS ISSUE:

The Cursed Child, by Marianna Kaplun

Falling in Love with Reading: The Giver, by Ashley Yarbourgh

Something out of Nothing: The Kitchen Madonna, by Jessica Prescott

Life in a Dark Room: Lydia Deetz of Beetlejuice, by Katie Friedemann

The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe, by Veronica Leigh

The Wonder of Little Boys: Stranger Things, by Charity Bishop

More Than a Kindred Spirit: Raoma Quimby, by Rachel Kovaciny

Fight the Nothing: The NeverEnding Story, by Rachel Sexton

What Are Little Boys Made Of?, by Carissa Horton

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