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The Gutsy Girl

The Gutsy Girl

 

written by Caroline Paul

 

In this combination memoir, interactive journal and high-energy how-to guide, Ms. Paul's incredible stories of adventures that she and other women have experienced make this an irresistible read for any girl who dreams of doing big things. Though intended to help build strong, confident girls, the stories here speak to all ages — sharing the lesson that we, as women, never are too old to plan our next epic adventure.



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Dare To Lead

Dare To Lead

 

written by Brene Brown

 

Any Brene Brown book is worth its weight in gold; this one, however, speaks to me because it is written expressly for leaders. It invites them to stay vulnerable and open to those whom they lead. School counselors definitely are leaders in their schools and are in charge of the social and emotional welfare of their school’s student population. You are the prime example of courageous, vulnerable leadership. This book helps manage how heavy leading with your heart can be, and it is such a valuable self-care...


Players in Pigtails

Players in Pigtails

Players in Pigtails


Written by Shana Corey
Illustrated by Rebecca Gibbon

 

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Women in Science: 50 fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World

Women in Science: 50 fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World

 

written and Illustrated by Rachel Ignotofsky

 

Dive into the world of female movers and shakers in STEM fields. This book will provide girls with role models who made a difference and opened doors for future female mathematicians, scientists and engineers.





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Rad American Women A-Z

Rad American Women A-Z

 

written by Kate Schatz and illustrated by Miriam Klein Stahl

 

This books presents you with a female trailblazer for every letter of the alphabet. These RAD women are the history-makers and agents-of-change that all girls need to read about.



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