Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls 2 (Hardcover)

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls 2 By Elena Favilli, Francesca Cavallo, Rebel Girls Cover Image

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls 2 (Hardcover)

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This is book number 2 in the Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls series.

Elena Favilli is an NYT bestselling author, journalist, and breaker of glass ceilings. Elena is the founder and CCO of Rebel Girls, a media company dedicated to inspiring the next generation of brave and confident girls. In 2016, she co-wrote and published the most crowdfunded literary project in history, Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, now translated into nearly 50 languages. She has written for the Guardian, Vogue, COLORS magazine, McSweeney’s, RAI, Il Post, and La Repubblica. She lives in Los Angeles.

Francesca Cavallo is an award-winning writer and theater director. She lives in Los Angeles.

Product Details ISBN: 9780997895827
ISBN-10: 0997895829
Publisher: Rebel Girls
Publication Date: November 21st, 2017
Pages: 224
Language: English
Series: Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls
"Reading can inspire you to do great things—what a great gift for a preteen! This series features boundary-breaking women and includes stories about some who have moved me the most—like Toni Morrison. They even included me!"
— Oprah says on OprahDaily.com

"Looks like bedtime just got even better."
— Huffington Post

"This is the book of bedtime stories every little feminist needs in her collection."
— HelloGiggles

"Start inspiring her young mind with tales of extraordinary women. Activists, queens, lawyers, inventors and dancers are all celebrated in these bedtime tales, which will open her eyes to all the possibilities out there for rebel girls."
— The Telegraph

"Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls is back for more!"
— Amy Poehler's Smart Girls

"Essential reading for girls and indeed boys; children who read this at bedtime are guaranteed some big and inspirational dreams."
— The Guardian

"The anti-princess book teaching girls to rebel."
— BBC News