Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: 100 Inspiring Young Changemakers

Inhaltsverzeichnis

LIST OF WOMEN FEATURED:


  • A'ja Wilson, basketball player, USA

  • AJ Clementine, model and activist, Australia

  • Alexandra Huynh, poet, USA

  • Alina Morse, lollipop maker, USA

  • Alma Deutscher, composer, Austria and UK

  • Amber Yang, computer scientist and entrepreneur, USA

  • Amelia Telford, anti-fracking activist, Australia

  • Angèle, singer and pianist, France and Belgium

  • Angelique Ahlstrom, climate activist and innovator, Canada

  • Bella Gantt, foot archer and contortionist, USA

  • Benedetta Pilato, swimmer, Italy

  • Betelhem Dessie, coder and tech education entrepreneur, Ethiopia

  • Bethany Hamilton, surfer, USA

  • Billie Eilish, musician, USA

  • Bindi Irwin, conservationist and zookeeper, Australia

  • Bonnie Chiu, social entrepreneur, China

  • Cassidy Crowley, inventor and entrepreneur, USA

  • Celestine Wenardy, inventor, Indonesia

  • Dasia Taylor, inventor, USA

  • Dewmini Nishadi, gardener, Sri Lanka

  • Deyna Castellanos, soccer player, Venezuela

  • DJ Switch, DJ, Ghana

  • Earyn McGee, science educator, USA

  • Eileen Gu, skier, USA

  • Emma Raducanu, tennis player, Canada and UK

  • Eréndira Yaretzi Morales Flores, harpist

  • Esther Okade, mathematician, UK

  • Fareedah Shaheed, online security teacher, Saudi Arabia and USA

  • Ginevra Costantini Negri, pianist, Italy

  • Gitanjali Rao, inventor, USA

  • Greta Thunberg, climate activist, Sweden

  • Helena Gualinga, environmental activist, Ecuador

  • Hollie Greenhalgh, conservationist, UK

  • Isabella Madrigal, playwright, USA

  • Isabella Springmühl, fashion designer, Guatemala

  • Jalaiah Harmon, dancer and choreographer, USA

  • Jazz Jennings, spokesmodel and activist, USA

  • Jojo Siwa, singer and dancer, USA

  • Judit Giro, biomedical engineer and inventor, Spain

  • Kaitlin Fritz and Olga Kravchenko, virtual reality makers and entrepreneurs, Ukraine and USA

  • Keely Cat-Wells, disability activist and founder, UK

  • Keke Palmer, actor and TV host, USA

  • Kiara Nirghin, inventor, South Africa

  • Koffee, singer, Jamaica

  • Laura Dekker, sailor, New Zealand and The Netherlands

  • Leila Haddad, blacksmith, Australia

  • Liina Heikkinen, wildlife photographer, Finland

  • Lily Hevesh, domino artist, USA

  • Lucia Montenegro, paralympian, Argentina

  • Maayan Segal, playing card developer, Israel

  • Maja Kuczynska, skydiver, Poland

  • Margaret Zhang, style icon and editor, Australia and China

  • Mari Copeny, activist, USA

  • Mariana Pajón, BMX rider, Colombia

  • Marine Serre, fashion designer, France

  • Maritza Soto, astronomer, Chile

  • Marley Dias, writer and activist, USA

  • Megan Jayne Crabbe, body positivity advocate, UK

  • Mikaila Ulmer, bee conservationist and entrepreneur, USA

  • Milena Radoytseva, anti-bullying activist, Bulgaria

  • Millie Bobby Brown, actor and UNICEF ambassador, UK

  • Mo'Ne Davis, baseball player, USA

  • Momoko Nojo, activist, Japan

  • Montannah Kenney, climber, USA

  • Nalleli Cobo, activist, USA

  • Naomi Wadler, anti-gun and domestic violence activist, Ethiopia and USA

  • Nguyen Thuy Trang, singer and influencer, Vietnam

  • Nora Al Matrooshi, astronaut, United Arab Emirates

  • Puisand Lai, wheelchair basketball player, Canada and USA

  • Quan Hongchan, diver, Hong Kong

  • Rayouf Alhumedhi, activist, Germany and Saudi Arabia

  • Rayssa Leal, skateboarder, Brazil

  • Rebecca Roos Jensen, pilot, Denmark

  • Renata Flores, singer, Peru

  • Reshma Kosaraju, app developer, USA

  • Riya Karumanchi, inventor and entrepreneur, Canada

  • Rubaba Muhammadi, painter, Afghanistan

  • Ruby Kate Chitsey, activist, USA

  • Sadiqua Bynum, stuntwoman and gymnast, USA

  • Sapana Chepang, nurse, Nepal

  • Sarah Voss, gymnast, Germany

  • Shaine Kilyun, pet wheelchair maker, USA

  • Shira Strongin, mental health activist, USA

  • Sifan Hassan, runner, The Netherlands

  • Sophie Cruz, immigration activist, USA

  • Taegen Yardley, filmmaker and activist, USA

  • Tanyaradzwa 'Tanya' Muzinda, motocross racer, Zimbabwe

  • Taylor Swift, singer-songwriter, USA

  • Te Manaia Jennings, mental health artist, New Zealand

  • Temilayo Abodunrin, saxophonist, Nigeria

  • The Linda Lindas, band, USA

  • Theodora von Liechtenstein, turtle and tortoise conservationist, Italy and Liechtenstein

  • Vanessa Nakate, climate activist, Uganda

  • Victoria Alonso Perez, inventor, Uruguay

  • Vinisha Umashankar, inventor, India

  • Vitoria Bueno, ballerina, Brazil

  • Wilhelmina van Bedaf/Maartje Murphy, gelato maker, The Netherlands and USA

  • Xóchitl Guadalupe Cruz López, inventor, Mexico

  • Yashika Verma, karate champion, India

  • Zendaya, actor and singer, USA

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Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: 100 Inspiring Young Changemakers

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Beschreibung

The fifth volume of the best-selling Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls series, 100 Inspiring Young Changemakers, shines a spotlight on extraordinary young women who are making their mark on the world today. 

Readers will celebrate well-known women, like Greta Thunberg, Bethany Hamilton, Bindi Irwin, Zendaya, and the Linda Lindas, and meet up-and-coming powerhouses like inventor Vinisha Umashankar, fashion designer Marine Serre, stuntwoman Sadiqua Bynum, filmmaker Taegen Yardley, poet Alexandra Huynh, and environmental activist Helena Gualinga.  

The girls and women in the book come from different countries and backgrounds and have a wide array of interests and accomplishments. Barrier-breaking performer Keke Palmer became the youngest talk show host in US history. Entrepreneur Mikaila Ulmer founded a lemonade company to help save honeybees. Brazilian skateboarder Rayssa Leal turned a hobby into an Olympic dream. And British body positivity advocate Megan Jayne Crabbe and Indigenous artist Te Manaia Jennings inspire kids to keep their minds healthy.  

Each story is told in the whimsical fairy tale style that has made the series a success and is paired with a bold, full-page portrait. With a foreword by conservationist and TV personality Bindi Irwin, the book features the work of authors, artists, and editors aged 30 and under. In addition to showcasing the stories of incredible young people, more than 60 young female or nonbinary artists from all over the world contributed original artwork to the book. 

"Rebel Girls of all ages will love this new volume of Good Night Stories honoring the next generation of phenomenal women." -- Meena Harris, founder and CEO of Phenomenal Media

"I have always wanted my daughters to think outside the box. Reading Rebel Girls' books has taught them to do just that. By seeing examples of women and girls who stand up for what they believe in, it gives them behavior to model and ideas for their own future." -- Kristen Bell, actor and author

"I felt inspired after reading these stories about boundary-pushing heroes who showcase how young girls are changing the world!" -- Sky Brown, Olympian, professional skateboarder and surfer


"Rebel Girls continues to be a radiant force that lifts up women and girls, giving our stories light, air, and shine." -- Montego Glover, Tony Award-nominated actress


"I am empowered by the stories of these impressive young girls impacting the world and building a better future for us all." -- Ashley Fiolek, professional motocross racer

"Rebel Girls is a pioneer in not only inspiring future changemakers, but communicating that being active is a result of believing in each other's determination and bravery." -- Xiye Bastida, climate activist

Jess Harriton is an editor at Rebel Girls working on stories to delight and inspire girls 7-12. Previously, she was an editor at Penguin Random House where she worked with bestselling and award-winning authors like Jessica Goodman, Tochi Onyebuchi, Jennifer Yen, and Hannah Reynolds. Her writing has appeared in Concrete Literary Magazine and HelloGiggles.com. Jess graduated from Emerson College in 2013. She currently lives in Brooklyn, NY in an apartment filled with books.

Maithy Vu is a Vietnamese American writer who loves surrealism and most things odd. While earning her B.A. in Theater Arts at the University of California, Santa Cruz, she spent time writing poetry, plays, and slightly bizarre sketches for an all-women comedy team. Maithy published her novella, Wounded Wisteria, in 2015, combining fiction in verse with her own watercolor illustrations. She went on to earn her M.L.A. in Creative Writing & Literature at Harvard Extension School where she completed her first novel Squid Season. In early 2019, Maithy joined the editorial team at Rebel Girls. Since then, her colleagues have been given compulsory lectures about Taylor Swift on a weekly basis.


Rebel Girls is a global, multi-platform empowerment brand dedicated to helping raise the most inspired and confident global generation of girls through content, experiences, products, and community. Originating from an international best-selling children’s book, Rebel Girls amplifies stories of real-life, extraordinary women throughout history, geography, and field of excellence. With a growing community of nearly 20 million self-identified Rebel Girls spanning more than 100 countries, the brand engages with Generation Alpha through its book series, award-winning podcast, events and merchandise. In 2021, Rebel Girls launched the Dream On app to re-imagine sleep routines by sharing empowering stories with a screen-free audio experience; and inspired girls everywhere to Celebrate Black Girl Magic with a new book, merchandise and events. To date, they have sold 7 million books in 51 languages and reached 14 million podcast downloads.

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Einband

Gebundene Ausgabe

Altersempfehlung

6 - 99 Jahr(e)

Erscheinungsdatum

27.09.2022

Herausgeber

Jess Harriton + weitere

Verlag

Ingram Publisher Services

Beschreibung

Details

Einband

Gebundene Ausgabe

Altersempfehlung

6 - 99 Jahr(e)

Erscheinungsdatum

27.09.2022

Herausgeber

Verlag

Ingram Publisher Services

Seitenzahl

240

Maße (L/B/H)

24,9/18,5/2,3 cm

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-1-953424-34-1

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  • Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: 100 Inspiring Young Changemakers
  • LIST OF WOMEN FEATURED:


    • A'ja Wilson, basketball player, USA

    • AJ Clementine, model and activist, Australia

    • Alexandra Huynh, poet, USA

    • Alina Morse, lollipop maker, USA

    • Alma Deutscher, composer, Austria and UK

    • Amber Yang, computer scientist and entrepreneur, USA

    • Amelia Telford, anti-fracking activist, Australia

    • Angèle, singer and pianist, France and Belgium

    • Angelique Ahlstrom, climate activist and innovator, Canada

    • Bella Gantt, foot archer and contortionist, USA

    • Benedetta Pilato, swimmer, Italy

    • Betelhem Dessie, coder and tech education entrepreneur, Ethiopia

    • Bethany Hamilton, surfer, USA

    • Billie Eilish, musician, USA

    • Bindi Irwin, conservationist and zookeeper, Australia

    • Bonnie Chiu, social entrepreneur, China

    • Cassidy Crowley, inventor and entrepreneur, USA

    • Celestine Wenardy, inventor, Indonesia

    • Dasia Taylor, inventor, USA

    • Dewmini Nishadi, gardener, Sri Lanka

    • Deyna Castellanos, soccer player, Venezuela

    • DJ Switch, DJ, Ghana

    • Earyn McGee, science educator, USA

    • Eileen Gu, skier, USA

    • Emma Raducanu, tennis player, Canada and UK

    • Eréndira Yaretzi Morales Flores, harpist

    • Esther Okade, mathematician, UK

    • Fareedah Shaheed, online security teacher, Saudi Arabia and USA

    • Ginevra Costantini Negri, pianist, Italy

    • Gitanjali Rao, inventor, USA

    • Greta Thunberg, climate activist, Sweden

    • Helena Gualinga, environmental activist, Ecuador

    • Hollie Greenhalgh, conservationist, UK

    • Isabella Madrigal, playwright, USA

    • Isabella Springmühl, fashion designer, Guatemala

    • Jalaiah Harmon, dancer and choreographer, USA

    • Jazz Jennings, spokesmodel and activist, USA

    • Jojo Siwa, singer and dancer, USA

    • Judit Giro, biomedical engineer and inventor, Spain

    • Kaitlin Fritz and Olga Kravchenko, virtual reality makers and entrepreneurs, Ukraine and USA

    • Keely Cat-Wells, disability activist and founder, UK

    • Keke Palmer, actor and TV host, USA

    • Kiara Nirghin, inventor, South Africa

    • Koffee, singer, Jamaica

    • Laura Dekker, sailor, New Zealand and The Netherlands

    • Leila Haddad, blacksmith, Australia

    • Liina Heikkinen, wildlife photographer, Finland

    • Lily Hevesh, domino artist, USA

    • Lucia Montenegro, paralympian, Argentina

    • Maayan Segal, playing card developer, Israel

    • Maja Kuczynska, skydiver, Poland

    • Margaret Zhang, style icon and editor, Australia and China

    • Mari Copeny, activist, USA

    • Mariana Pajón, BMX rider, Colombia

    • Marine Serre, fashion designer, France

    • Maritza Soto, astronomer, Chile

    • Marley Dias, writer and activist, USA

    • Megan Jayne Crabbe, body positivity advocate, UK

    • Mikaila Ulmer, bee conservationist and entrepreneur, USA

    • Milena Radoytseva, anti-bullying activist, Bulgaria

    • Millie Bobby Brown, actor and UNICEF ambassador, UK

    • Mo'Ne Davis, baseball player, USA

    • Momoko Nojo, activist, Japan

    • Montannah Kenney, climber, USA

    • Nalleli Cobo, activist, USA

    • Naomi Wadler, anti-gun and domestic violence activist, Ethiopia and USA

    • Nguyen Thuy Trang, singer and influencer, Vietnam

    • Nora Al Matrooshi, astronaut, United Arab Emirates

    • Puisand Lai, wheelchair basketball player, Canada and USA

    • Quan Hongchan, diver, Hong Kong

    • Rayouf Alhumedhi, activist, Germany and Saudi Arabia

    • Rayssa Leal, skateboarder, Brazil

    • Rebecca Roos Jensen, pilot, Denmark

    • Renata Flores, singer, Peru

    • Reshma Kosaraju, app developer, USA

    • Riya Karumanchi, inventor and entrepreneur, Canada

    • Rubaba Muhammadi, painter, Afghanistan

    • Ruby Kate Chitsey, activist, USA

    • Sadiqua Bynum, stuntwoman and gymnast, USA

    • Sapana Chepang, nurse, Nepal

    • Sarah Voss, gymnast, Germany

    • Shaine Kilyun, pet wheelchair maker, USA

    • Shira Strongin, mental health activist, USA

    • Sifan Hassan, runner, The Netherlands

    • Sophie Cruz, immigration activist, USA

    • Taegen Yardley, filmmaker and activist, USA

    • Tanyaradzwa 'Tanya' Muzinda, motocross racer, Zimbabwe

    • Taylor Swift, singer-songwriter, USA

    • Te Manaia Jennings, mental health artist, New Zealand

    • Temilayo Abodunrin, saxophonist, Nigeria

    • The Linda Lindas, band, USA

    • Theodora von Liechtenstein, turtle and tortoise conservationist, Italy and Liechtenstein

    • Vanessa Nakate, climate activist, Uganda

    • Victoria Alonso Perez, inventor, Uruguay

    • Vinisha Umashankar, inventor, India

    • Vitoria Bueno, ballerina, Brazil

    • Wilhelmina van Bedaf/Maartje Murphy, gelato maker, The Netherlands and USA

    • Xóchitl Guadalupe Cruz López, inventor, Mexico

    • Yashika Verma, karate champion, India

    • Zendaya, actor and singer, USA