‘Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls’ has a brand new hardback – SheKnows
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We can all agree that if there was ever a time to raise a rebellious daughter, it’s now. The next generation of women will have to be strong enough to challenge – and overcome – all the archaic barriers that will be imposed on them. The empowerment of the agents of change of the future begins in childhood, which is why the Good Night Stories for Rebellious Girls became the most funded publishing project in Kickstarter history in 2016 – and has blossomed into an extremely popular project, New York Times– best-selling series.
From Marie Curie to Malala Yousafzai, the original Good Night Stories for Rebellious Girls chronicles the inspiring real-life adventures of pioneering women throughout history. Her success sparked more books in the series, spotlighting “rebellious girls” in all walks of the world and from all walks of life. Sports, science, entrepreneurship and activism, the series spares no effort when it comes to introducing these strong, badass women to little girls who will look up to them.
Now there is a version of rebel girls even for the smallest rebels! Released today, the latest title in the series is a cardboard adaptation of the original, called Good Night Stories for Wayward Girls: Baby’s First Book About Extraordinary Women, and it is intended for babies up to 3 years of age. Its easy-to-understand text and colorful illustrations will captivate your little rebel at every story time, but, more importantly, plant the seeds of strength and self-confidence. Because it’s never too early to start discovering strong patterns (or, thanks to its durable hardback format, chewing on them!).
Goodnight Stories for Rebellious Girls: Baby’s First Book About Extraordinary Women
They may be babies today, but they’ll be pioneers tomorrow – so let’s empower them while they’re little to dream big and give them the inspiration they need to make the changes they need. the world needs.