“Instead of teaching your daughter to be liked, teach her to be honest. And kind. And brave. She encourages her to say what she thinks, to say what she really thinks, to tell the truth. [...] Tell her that if something bothers her, she should complain, she should yell. »
Feminism begins in education. With her warm and direct voice, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie directs in Dear Ijeawele an emotional letter to a young mother who has just given birth. In her 15 pieces of advice, she claims the education of our children in equality and respect, love for origins and culture. An invitation to reject stereotypes, to embrace failure and to fight for a fairer society. A beautiful letter with reflections that are as honest as necessary that will conquer mothers, fathers, sons and daughters alike.
96 pages. Language: Spanish.