A review by krin
The Antiracist Kid: A Book About Identity, Justice, and Activism by Tiffany Jewell, Nicole Miles


I really look forward to the release of this book because I will be buying a print copy to have at home. The author uses really clear, plain language to explain some topics that people have trouble understanding. In fact, I think that even adults would benefit from reading this book - even if you already understand the concepts of identity, justice and activism - because it provides really straightforward language to understand and talk about it.

Because I reviewed an ARC I didn't get get to see all the artwork but what is there is lovely. Also I think there may be some room for some tightening up on a bit of repetition but again, this is a really early ARC so I'm sure much of that will be addressed.

My 11 year old son read the book with me and he also said he found it really clear and easy to understand.

I received a digital Advanced Review Copy from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.