We’re wrapping up this year with a few tips for taking leadership off the pages of our books and into our lives.
This month, stories about girls who take risks to change their lives for the better. Despite the possibility of failure, these characters stick with their goals.
This month, we’ll read three stories about girls who transcend the roles that society had written for them.
This month, we will read fantasy books, expressing important ideas about proving yourself through light-hearted and imaginative stories.
Consider a trip to the bookstore or library to prepare for the days of winter break, and keep your eyes peeled for these wonderful graphic novels for K-12.
This month’s books are about girls who saw something wrong in the world, and decided that they could use their voices to make a change.
This month we’re enjoying stories about girls who have outdoor adventures, who appreciate the wonders of nature, and who look at the world through bright, curious eyes.
First, welcome to the fourth year of Girls Leadership Girl & Grown-Up Book Club! It’s exciting to have the opportunity to connect communities through talking about books and life. Whether you’re here for the first time or the fourth (or anything in between): Welcome! This month our clubs will read and discuss books about girls …
Here are all the Girls Leadership Girl & Grown-up Book Club selections for 2018 – 2019.
Do our girls see leadership qualities in themselves? In the way that they include rather than exclude, speak truthfully rather than keep the peace, and ask for what they need rather than settling for what’s given to them?. 5 min read