Book of the week: Rebel Girls Book is What Every Parent Needs to Teach Kids Tolerance, Acceptance!

The Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls and award-winning podcast by the same name, expanded with their latest book this past October titled Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: 100 Immigrant Women Who Changed the World.

This new book from the Rebel Girls universe highlights the stories of 100 immigrant women from all over the world and all walks of life, accompanied by a vibrant portrait with illustrations by 70 female or non-binary artists from 29 different countries. 
100 Immigrant Women Who Changed the World… 

  • Features the stories of Gloria Estefan, Yuan Yuan Tan, Carmen Miranda, Asma Khan, Geraldine Cox, Golda Meir and more
  • Allows young girls to travel the world and be home by bedtime, all while teaching them about tolerance and sparking important conversations about immigration 
  • Builds awareness and acceptance for other cultures in the minds of young girls 
  • Fosters cross-cultural friendships to combat xenophobia 

I really recommend this book especially for tween and teen girls!

ABOUT REBEL GIRLS Rebel Girls was born from a Kickstarter campaign in 2016 and has already reached 10 million girls through their books and podcast — making it the preeminent girl-driven edutainment brand shaping young, feminist minds, with the ultimate goal of reaching 50 million girls in 5 years. The Rebel Girls brand throws forced stereotypes out the door, breaks down barriers and emphasizes the inherent value of beauty in diversity. Rebel Girls is a global brand reaching audiences in over 85 countries and across 49 different languages. In honor of their commitment to empowering immigrant women around the world, Rebel Girls is a proud supporter of the IRC.

Self Disclosure: I received a free copy of the book. Images were also provided.

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