Clive and His Babies

Clive and His Babies Meet Clive and his imagination Clive loves his dolls He enjoys playing with them and sharing them with his friends A gentle affectionate book celebrating diversity and challenging gender stereotype

  • Title: Clive and His Babies
  • Author: Jessica Spanyol
  • ISBN: 9781846438820
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Board Book
  • Meet Clive and his imagination Clive loves his dolls He enjoys playing with them, and sharing them with his friends A gentle, affectionate book, celebrating diversity and challenging gender stereotypes.

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    1 thought on “Clive and His Babies”

    1. How wonderful and timely to have a board book featuring a character--a boy--who enjoys playing with dolls. Clive is a very good caretaker as he makes sure to feed and play with his babies, and he very carefully tucks them in when it's time for bed. Not only do the dolls bring him joy, but he enjoys playing with them with his male and female friends. I like how gently he treats them, how he shares them with his Moshi Cat, and how the dolls aren't both white. This series reminds readers, even at a [...]

    2. The inclusiveness of these gently silly illustrations is not self-conscious and well suited to older babies' and toddlers' view of our peculiar species. Here, what counts for Clive and his buddies is that they love and care for their dollies because the dollies are their precious babies.

    3. A wonderful, relatable book for toddlers that shows simple, everyday pretend play. I especially love the way it subtly encourages accepting all types of play for boys. Great, diverse cast of characters with doll babies with dark and light skin.

    4. Clive loves his babies. He takes them everywhere he goes and plays with them with his friends. This is a cracker jack of a board book. It has bright, colorful illustrations. It has diverse characters. It challenges gender roles. It just makes me so happy. This is a must grab for parents and for librarians who do baby storytime.

    5. These books from Child’s Play introduces readers to Clive who loves to share his collections of things from hats to bags and of his art and his dolls with his many friends. The other four books in the series tackle role-playing as Clive takes on different jobs. All of them offer a simple read challenging gender stereotypes.

    6. 4.5, but 5* rating for challenging stereotypes in a way that is gentle and indirect instead of highlighting those stereotypes! Very well done.

    7. An excellent board book that is good for read-a-louds and features non-gender-conforming play for boys. Clive cares for his doll babies in a way that is typically considered feminine/maternal.

    8. I love the overall concept and text of this book, but am not a fan of the illustration style, though am happy to see some diversity in them.

    9. Board Book ages 0-2This book features a simple story about Clive, a little boy who loves his babies. He cares for them and shares them with his friends. This book is full of diverse characters and it quietly challenges gender stereotypesmsradius/2016/12/cyb

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