Loujain Dreams of Sunflowers

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9.6 X 11.5 X 0.7 inches | 1.2 pounds

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About the Author

Uma Mishra-Newbery and Lina AlHathloul are human rights activists. Lina is the sister of Loujain AlHathloul, the women's rights activist currently imprisoned by the Saudi government. Loujain Dreams of Sunflowers is their debut book.

Rebecca Green is the illustrator of picture books including
the New York Times best-selling BECOMING A GOOD CREATURE, written by Sy Montgomery and the author/illustrator of
Illustrator site: rebeccagreenillustration.com


Winner - 2022 Middle East Book Award (picture book)

Winner - A Bookstagang Best Picture Book Biography

MSNBC Gift Guide: 12 Incredible Books to Inspire Young Girls To Know Their Value. "Read this if you want a powerful and moving story about how sometimes rules are meant to be broken....beautifully-illustrated ...introduces readers to the idea that unfair rules can be changed." -- Ciarra Chavarria, @girlsreadtheworld via MSNBC.com

A "clever narrative" filled with "extraordinary spirit... gorgeous colors... a magical quality." -- New York Times

One of the 20 Best Books To Read in March: "Poetic, moving, and empowering." -- Kirkus Reviews

"Beautiful and powerful and moving. A must-read." -- The Conscious Kid

"One of the Best Children's Books of 2022 (So Far). With dreamy illustrations, this is a story to read before bed to inspire dreams of courage and to read during the day to remind us not to give up." - Tinybeans

"Heroic and emotional text ... striking illustrations.... This gorgeously illustrated book inspires hope and reminds readers always to fight for justice." -- Shelf Awareness for Readers

One of the Most Anticipated Picture Books of 2022 -- Mutually Inclusive

"This heart-filling and beautifully presented story will entice our children, parents, and teachers alike to support and empower our future change-makers where it is needed in the world around us." -- Yasmine Aslam-Hashmi, We Need Diverse Books

"A must read." -- Book Trib

"A tender, metaphorical book that tells an important story with imagination and beauty..... an inspirational starting point for kids everywhere to be empowered in knowing that they too can dream big and fight for what is right. ....a must have for Women's History Month (and beyond!)." -- Inclusive Storytime

"Successfully makes a real-life issue accessible for the youngest audiences." -- Publishers Weekly

"Loujain's story is incredible in every sense of the word, and she's someone every kid should learn about.....gorgeous." -- Girls Read the World

"A beautiful fable of courage and equity." -- Books to Borrow, Books to Buy, nationally syndicated column

"This inspiring book would make an excellent discussion starter with older elementary students. The information about Loujain AlHathloul gives a real-world example about protesting unjust laws." -- Kids Book A Day

"Readers will consider gender equity and the differences in culture then consider what they'll do with their own wings -- and how to give wings to others." -- Imagination Soup
"A story about freedom for women, dreaming big, and a beautiful thread of love between a father and his daughter. ... the illustrations are just completely spectacular." -- Read with River