Abby, Brit, Christine e Sasha sono grandi amiche. E sono stufe: perché parlare di mestruazioni è un tabù? Perché gli assorbenti costano così tanto? Perché i distributori di assorbenti a scuola sono sempre vuoti? Guidate dall'impetuosa Abby, decidono di agire, ma non è facile, soprattutto quando ci sono tanti altri problemi da affrontare: i ragazzi, le amicizie difficili, gli adulti che non ascoltano, la scuola. Abby, Brit, Christine e Sasha sono molto diverse, ma insieme possono riuscire a fare molto. Basta tabù! Ciclo libera tutti! Età di lettura: da 10 anni.
- ISBN: 8869665666
- Casa Editrice: Il Castoro
- Pagine: 327
Well that was just terrific. As a father of two girls who haven't had their periods yet, after I finished his I thought "I can't wait to share it with them!" so they won't be so mystified and scared. But then I realized, besides them, I have to share this with my son so he won't be a confused, rude
The nice thing about children’s literature is that it often replicates, on a smaller scale, themes and topics that you’ve find in more mature fare. Take, if you will, the protest novel. Which is to say, a novel in which the kids in the book decide to take a stand against an injustice. Examples that Leggi tutto
How come I am reading this beautiful, important graphic novel after a year of its publication? Fine. But hell, why are we not even talking about this graphic novel?! This. Awesome. Book. Is. So. Damn. Awesome. Yes, we are talking about periods throughout the entire graphic novel. 4 friends working to Leggi tutto
A wonderful, beautiful, important, relevant graphic novel which is centered around menstruation, an often taboo subject. It is both approachable and grounded, and the author and illustrator have created a story that covers not only what it’s like to be a teenage girl but also manages to be utterly i Leggi tutto
Let’s just make this a required “textbook” for every 8th grade health class in the US, m’kay? My 14 yo daughter and I both read and loved it.
Periods are a fact of life for about half the world's population, and yet there is still shame, and secrecy, and lots of other BS surrounding this natural cycle. This lovely graphic novel addresses these themes head on. I appreciated the direct approach taken, and loved how these girls were friends
A cute graphic novel about bonding around periods in high school. And how tampons and pads are not free, and should be. And why it is a human right issue. And thought that sounds kind of heavy for a cute, funny graphic novel, it is also a serious issue. The authors said they wrote the novel they would h Leggi tutto
Yes to everything in this book! Go with the Flow is a wonderful graphic novel about periods, which are something that should be normalized and talked about more in our everyday life. It's 2020 people and if you have a problem with periods, then I really don't wanna talk to you. Also, this book is ab Leggi tutto
I am so happy this book exists. I wish it was something I had when I was younger. This is a great book for preteens, teens, and adults. It is educational and entertaining. There is a diverse group of friends in this book that everyone can find something to relate to. They are such a wonderful exampl Leggi tutto
I wish I had this graphic novel when I was younger! It's not just about periods; it's about activism, friendship, and bullying. Three teenagers take a new kid under their wing after she gets her period at school and all her classmates start taunting her and calling her Bloody Mary because it went th Leggi tutto
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