Tuesday, July 19, 2022

REVIEW: Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls: Baby’s First Book Of Extraordinary Women By Rebel Girls

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: Baby's First Book of Extraordinary WomenGood Night Stories for Rebel Girls: Baby's First Book of Extraordinary Women by Rebel Girls
Publication Date: July 19, 2022
Genre: Baby/Toddler Non-Fiction Board Book
My rating: 5 of 5 stars




ABOUT THE BOOK:

This board book adaptation of the New York Times bestselling Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls introduces your little reader to the lives of extraordinary Rebel women, past and present, from around the world.

Welcoming new Rebels into the fold, Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls: Baby’s First Book of Extraordinary Women features artists and inventors, athletes and activists in its colorful inviting pages. Readers will meet dancer Misty Copeland, pilot Amelia Earhart, swimmer Yusra Mardini, and many other inspiring icons.

Sparkling, easy-to-read text and beautiful portraits capture each trailblazing woman’s Rebel spirit and make this adaptation of a classic a sure bedtime favorite.


MY REVIEW:

It is never too early to start introducing your babies to inspiring and uplifting bedtime stories that are not only entertaining, but important and relevant to the current times. Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls: Baby’s First Book Of Extraordinary Women is one such board book, full of true stories that promote women in a very positive light. Also, it is never too early to start the intellectual wheels going in your baby’s mind by reading this book to them. There are many brilliant and distinguished women throughout history whose recognition is warranted and this book displays this in a way that is fun and visually appealing.

Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls: Baby’s First Book Of Extraordinary Women is such a delightful read, full of women empowerment and much needed female encouragement for generations to come. This book is filled with both historic and modern global praise of remarkable and exemplary women across cultures who have accomplished extraordinary things. This is definitely a book your children can learn from and includes many different female role models to be inspired by, so it can cater to any interest. From well renowned astronauts to writers to scientists to rulers, etc, women have proven to be a formidable force. Recognizing their accomplishments is important. Some of my favorites that are mentioned in the book include Simone Biles, a gymnast and olympic gold medalist, Marie Curie, a scientist who discovered polonium and radium, and Frida Kahlo, a famous Mexican painter. However, there are many, many more incredible women that are mentioned.

Not only did I love the fascinating story of each woman presented in the book, but I also enjoyed the impressive artwork. The artistic craftsmanship is just phenomenal. It truly brings the book alive, being so vibrant and animated. I highly recommend this book to parents of babies or small toddlers as a bedtime story. This book will truly brings out the rebel in your child to want to accomplish extraordinary things. Especially if they are a girl.

I love women empowerment, so the Rebel Girls brand, a women owned brand, is doing such incredible things for girls and women and I fully support their vision. I love everything that they represent and stand for.

*Note: I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

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