#GAReads | 'Highly concerning': picture books bias worsens as female characters stay silent

photo credit:  Josh Applegate , via  Unsplash

photo credit: Josh Applegate, via Unsplash

'Highly concerning': picture books bias worsens as female characters stay silent”:

The most popular picture books published in 2018 collectively present a white and male-dominated world to children, feature very few BAME (black, Asian and minority ethnic) characters and have become more biased against girls in the past year, Guardian research reveals.

In-depth analysis of the top 100 bestselling illustrated children’s books of 2018, using data from Nielsen BookScan, has been carried out by the Guardian and Observer for the second year in a row.

Read Donna Ferguson’s full article at The Guardian here…