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Like a Girl

Real Stories for Tough Kids
Written by: Aparna Jain
Length: 4 hrs and 9 mins
4 out of 5 stars (18 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Do you ever get the feeling that girls have it less easy than boys? Have you been told to behave 'like a girl’? That you should learn to cook and be nice and keep your legs crossed?  

Well, here are the stories of 56 women who broke the rules to forge new paths for themselves and others.  

Adventurous and ambitious, they fought battles and legal cases. They won elections and matches. They climbed mountains and mastered science. Best of all, they never stopped chasing their dreams.  

Hear about them. Talk about them. Get inspired.  

And go change the world!

©2018 Aparna Jain (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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Very Inspiring

My daughter enjoyed listening to every story. Its a great listen as a bed time story or a morning dose of inspiration for kids. We actually need to know our girls better. This book is a great work at this insight. Recommended for children

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Kids should read such books

All the kids, no matter which gender, should definitely read such books. This will tell them that hardships and challenges are part of life and successful people are successful because they overcome those challenges. They would also understand from the beginning to respect gender choice, to not make fun of any disease and will know when someone says 'NO' than it's no, and forcing yourself on anyone is harassment or rape ...

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