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Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls Hardcover – 2016
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"Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls" is a children's book packed with 100 BEDTIME STORIES about the life of 100 EXTRAORDINARY WOMEN from the past and the present, illustrated by 60 FEMALE ARTISTS from all over the world. Each woman’s story is written in the style of a fairy tale. Each story has a full page, full color portrait that captures the spirit of the portrayed hero. Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls is also the MOST CROWDFUNDED ORIGINAL BOOK IN HISTORY. Hardcover, with an extra smooth matte scuff-free lamination, 100lbs beautiful paper, a double satin bookmark and an extraordinary print quality, Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls is a beautiful object, it's printed with soy and vegetable based inks and it's FSC certified.
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Now feel free to eviscerate me for perhaps thinking differently from you...call me a bigot...I don't mind. The kids I'm telling you about were baptized by a homosexual pastor, and I'm comfortable with a number other examples and - more importantly - knowledge of my own principles to be comfortable making this post despite what might be considered its non-politically-correct sentiments. I just think the next parent that buys this book should be informed all that it contains. Overall, though, a well-written work about strong, historically-accomplished women.
You know it is ok for Coy and his family to do as they please. Everyone can be who they want. Now why are you trying to teach this to very young children. This is placed in a children's book which is based on women of greatness. How does being born a boy and wanting to be a girl fall into this? I don't shove my family beliefs down your throat to teach your kids what is normal for me.
This should not be in this book at all. The rest of the book is what I expected and wanted my daughters to know.
How about First woman astronaut tourist.
Or the One and only woman Math Nobel prize winner.
Super Models are rebels!
Just regurgitating more of what Media want little girls to idialize just with a white flare URGH.