When I first saw Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls show up at my library, I knew that I had to read it. For the most part, I really enjoyed it. It’s a very quick read filled with stories about inspirational women throughout history. Women who’ve accomplished a wide variety of things are included, though it could’ve probably been a bit more diverse. (Most women included are American or European, but there is a second volume out now and maybe that’s a bit better.)
I think this would be a perfect gift for a young girl (or boy! boys should know about important women, too!) and I want to buy a copy for my niece and nephew when they get a little older.
Goodreads summer reading challenge: you have a lovely accent *
* I actually can’t find anything that tells me definitively whether this is a book that’s been translated to English, but Goodreads lists the original title as “Storie della buonanotte per bambine ribelli: 100 vite di donne straordinarie,” so I’m thinking it’s a pretty safe bet?
Do you ever read children’s books? Do you have little kids in your life?
Let’s talk in the comments!