Title: Amar con los pelos revueltos [Love is in the hair].
Author: Syrus Marcus Ware.
Published by: Edicions Bellaterra.
Synopsis: Carter is up in the middle of the night because her baby sister is about to be born. While her parents are at the hospital, Carter is looked after by her Uncle Marcus. Marcus tells her about the beautiful things in his dreadlocks so she can relax and go back to sleep.
Gender equality indicators: breaking down gender stereotypes; care-related values; diversity of family models.
Title: Amonatxoak [Little old ladies].
Authors: Charo Pita; Fatima Afonso.
Published by: Txalaparta.
Synopsis: Antea and Filipa are two old ladies who live together. Every day they drink soup made from water, but one day, Antea finds a bean in the kitchen. From the bean sprouts a giant plant that grows and grows right up to the sky. They follow it and find a mill that distributes food. The two old ladies help each other in this new adventure.
Gender equality indicators: breaking down gender stereotypes; care-related values; freedom to decide.
Title: Mila bi etxetan bizi da [Mila has two beds].
Authors: Judith Koppens; Anouk Nijs.
Published by: Ttarttalo.
Synopsis: Mila spends two days with her dad and his dog. Then she spends two days with her mum. Things are different in her mum’s and her dad’s houses, but there’s one thing that’s the same: they both love her very much!
Gender equality indicators: care-related values; diversity of family models.
Title: Tango iritsita, hiru dira [And Tango makes three].
Authors: Justin Richardson; Peter Parnell; Henry Cole.
Published by: Pamiela / Kalandraka.
Synopsis: Roy and Silo are two male penguins at Central Park Zoo in New York. They are inseparable, singing together and swimming together, etc. One day, the zookeeper realises they are trying to incubate a stone and puts a real egg in their nest instead. A little while later, out hatches Tango. Tango, Roy and Silo are very happy and love each other very much. The tale is inspired by a true story.
Gender equality indicators: care-related values; diversity of family models; freedom to decide.
Title: Un tractor muy, muy ruidoso [A very, very noisy tractor].
Authors: Mar Pavón; Nívola Uyá.
Published by: Cuento de Luz.
Synopsis: The book tells the tale of a farmer driving home on her tractor. The people she meets along the way are surprised to see a woman driving a tractor. When she arrives home, her daughter and husband are waiting for her, with dinner on the table. Her daughter tells her that she wants to be a farmer too when she grows up.
Gender equality indicators: breaking down gender stereotypes; care-related values; doing household chores.