CELEBRATING WOMEN

THROUGH CHILDREN'S BOOKS,

STORIES OF REAL WOMEN TURNED INTO FAIRY TALES.

  

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Bessie Coleman - the first black American aviator.
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Isadora Duncan - the founder of contemporary dance.
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Marie Curie - the first woman to win a Nobel Prize in Physics.
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Savitri Pule - an Indian social reformer, educationalist and poet.
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Junko Tabei - the first woman to summit Mt. Everest.
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Frida Kahlo - a Mexican artist and activist.

We want to inspire our kids to dream big and do more

Studies support that girls feel less 'smart' than boys by the age of 6.  Unfortunately, female characters are often stereotyped or one-dimensional: the exotic beauty, the mother figure or the love seekers... books, cartoons, games and other types of educational material often act as mirrors in which young girls are able to see their reflection. Our goal is to teach our youngsters that our diversity makes each one of us unique, equally capable of doing anything we set ourselves out to do.

To encourage them to find their happiness, passion, drive and self-confidence from within.  

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