Season 3, Episode 8: Fat reading roundup  

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This week we discuss children’s programming, #IWeigh, and our favorite fat books of 2018.

 

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Mentioned in this episode:

 

I’m Obsessed: H.E.R. New SingleBarbie Dreamhouse AdventuresMonster HighGood and Mad by Rebecca TraisterAkata Witch.

 

The Meat of It: My Life as a Goddess by Guy BranumYou Have the Right to Remain Fat by Virgie TovarSamantha IrbyLandwhale by Jes BakerBody Positivity Power by Megan Jayne CrabbeThe Body is Not An Apology: The Power of Radical Self-Love by Sonya Renee TaylorReclaiming Beauty Journal & Wisdom Deck by Heidi Anderson with Illustrations by Leah JoyJulie MurphyJulie Murphy on InstagramLeah on the Offbeat by Becky AlbertalliDietland by Sarai WalkerSummer of Jordi Perez by Amy SpaldingThe Belly Book by Fran ManushkinDiverse BooksBook RiotBet Me by Jennifer CrusieTalia HibbertDana SeriesSuzanne LaFleshePrincess Ben by Catherine Gilbert MurdockSlashing Mona Lisa by D.M. Barr.

 

It’s Okay, You Can Ask: Natalie Walker.

 

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