The Story of Maya - Be respectful

Maya and Finn are good friends. When Finn is one day not allowed to play - because they think he has a crazy nose - Maya gets angry. She decides to get ahead of  Finn  and help him. Read Maya's story in the accompanying Kind Rebel book.

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"We are a mixed family. Maya's story is beautiful and the message is so beautiful. It doesn't matter what you look like. We are all connected. The print says it all and is a beautiful reflection of how we see society. The story in the book is a nice floor." Karen, mother of James (4)

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  • Be respectful package XL - Kind Rebel
  • Be respectful package XL - Kind Rebel
  • Be respectful package XL - Kind Rebel
  • Be respectful package XL - Kind Rebel
  • Be respectful package XL - Kind Rebel
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Kind Rebel

Be respectful package XL

Regular price
€69,95 EUR
Regular price
€87,50 EUR
Sale price
€69,95 EUR
Sweater size
Long sleeve size

Our 'be respectful' series is our best seller. And we get that, because this beautiful print says it all. Can't choose between the different products? Then our 'be respectful' package is really something for you. Including a competitive price. What's in your package?

  • Sweater
  • long sleeve
  • The accompanying book
  • tote bag

Sweater + long sleeve

The sweater consists of 80% cotton and 20% polyester. The long sleeve consists of 96% cotton and 4% Lycra. Both fabrics contain the OEKO-TEX 100 certificate and all clothing is produced fairly in the Netherlands. The long sleeve and the sweater can be washed at 30 degrees. Turn the sweater inside out before putting it in the washing machine.

The book

The book is A5 size and has a soft cover. In the book you can read the stories of Jolie, Maya and Izzy, inspired by Frida Kahlo, Martin Luther King and Gandhi.

tote bag

100% cotton, OEKO TEX 100, 38x42, 150 grams

Inspired by Martin Luther King

"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character" - Martin Luther King