Girl Role Models That Rock Kids

Home-and-Family Girl role models that rock kids books for go getting girls can be hard to find. Boy heroes crowd the shelves of our diminishing book shops. Girls adventure stories have princesses waiting to be saved and pony detectives. Not every go getting girls can of cola. Sure there is plenty of literature for girls,with Jacqueline Wilson and Lauren Child at the top of my list. But what about action packed kick-butt, Im gonna win and sort this out myself kind of girls. So below, kids books with the heroine smack in the middle of the action. Molly Moon is an odd looking girl and totally not popular. She is brought up in a horrible orphanage, run by nasty adults. Then in the haven of the library she discovers her talent for hypnotism. She hypnotizes herself to fame and fortune, but the hideous Professor Nockman will stop at nothing to use Molly for his evil deeds. Hold on to your socks for this action packed twisty adventure. Molly of course returns victorious to the orphanage and gives the kids a better life as she knows their welfare is more important than her fame. Another girly kids book Jane Blond sensational spylet a junior James Bond. She needs no saving and she and her Spy mentor and Godmother G-Mamma rap their way out of trouble. Watch her as she gets in her Wower to supercharge her already explosive personality. Gadgets galore and a fast moving plot. Following on from the Olympics Sink or Swim by Thalia Kalkipsakis is about a young girl who loves swimming. She soon learns there is more to swimming than just winning. When picked for the State Championships she has to to over.e her fears. For the budding sports girl, others in the series include gymnastics and sun soaked surfing. Howls Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones tells the story of Sophie a hatter put under an ageing spell by the wicked Witch of the Waste. If life cant get any worse she finds herself on Howls castle as the housekeeper. And if that doesnt rip your undies enough the wizard is said to eat the souls of young girls! But Sophie defeats the fire demon, saving Howl and defeats the wicked Witch. For non-fiction, nothing beats Amelia Lost: The Life And Disappearance of Amelia Earhart, a truly inspiring book for anyone. Unconventional and unafraid she was the first woman to fly over the Atlantic. Amelia beats any gadget using, digit named hero, hands and pants down! Speaking of heroines and adventure, you just have to mention Nancy Wake by Peter Fitzsimmons, this is not for the younger reader. But this little known heroine of WW2 was on top of the Gestapos wanted list and worked alongside the French Resistance. Her nickname, due to her elusiveness, was The White Mouse. Kids books are important in a childs development, so lets have more girl role models who really rock. Whether its fiction or non-fiction, we need messages that girls are feisty, daring, clever and problem solvers and that they are free to be whatever they want. Loss of freedom was what drove Nancy Wake to do what she did in WW2. Freedom is the only thing worth living for. While I was doing that work, I used to think it didnt matter if I died, because without freedom there was no point in living. Nancy Wake If you liked this, please say thanks by sharing it. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: