- World illustration rights: Mylo Freeman / De Bezige Bij
- Worldwide text rights (original and adaptation): Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie / The Wylie Agency. Please contact The Wylie Agency for inquiries regarding text rights.
About the book
With her book We Should All Be Feminists, renowned Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie wrote a global landmark about what it means to be a feminist today. Dutch illustrator Mylo Freeman, who has been an advocate for diversity in children’s books throughout her career, was inspired by her essay and has adapted it for a younger audience.
Several years ago, Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie gave a lecture about what it means to be a feminist in this day and age. The video received millions of views, and the book version We Should All Be Feminists has become a global bestseller that is still widely read. Through twelve magnificent illustrations by the internationally published Mylo Freeman, the themes from We Should All Be Feminists are addressed in a way appropriate for children of eight years and up. Together with their parents, caretakers or teachers, boys and girls can now get acquainted with the concept of feminism for the first time.