Happy New Year, and thank you for being a part of our Book Club program! It makes me happy to know that so many girls and their grown-ups across the country (and even around the world!) are reading books about girls and leadership, and carving out precious time to prioritize connection with community and loved …
“Ally” is a word that you might be hearing a lot right now – in the news, in political conversations, in schools, and amongst friends. Many people proudly claim to be one. Some might like to be one, but aren’t sure where to begin. So, what does it mean to be an ally? An …
Kapp’s book is full women doing things that women have long been told not to do. These women don’t take no for an answer, don’t give up, and they do leverage the people they know for assistance.
“Please do not twist yourself into shapes to please. Don’t do it. If someone likes that version of you, that version of you that is false and holds back, then they actually just like that twisted shape, and not you. And the world is such a gloriously multifaceted, diverse place that there are people in …
Some of our very favorite authors from Girl & Grown-Up Book Club have released new books that you might like to check out.
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.