“What if instead of dreaming to marry a prince, she could dream about creating a vaccine, winning an Olympic medal or walking on Mars?”
Chances are, if you have a child in elementary school, you know about Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls. The New York Times best selling book (and it’s second volume) are collections of short stories about inspiring women. Their popularity with adults and children alike has proven that there is something magical about reading real “fairy tales” that feature strong women.
The stories struck such a chord that the Rebel Girls Movement was born… and now there is a podcast series to go with it! Earlier this month, they started releasing amazing adventures read by captivating storytellers for motivating girls (and boys – the stories aren’t just for girls) everywhere to be their own person. To not be afraid of being different.
The first released podcasts tell the stories of Maria Callas, Virginia Hall, Yusra Mardini, and Margaret Hamilton.