This month: Girls! Week one: Intro & books about girls.

Girls are important. If girls weren’t important why would they exist? Girls are super AWESOME and some people don’t notice it.

Now a good way to notice  how AWESOME  girls are is to read books about them. Here are some of my favorites  : 1 Emily Windsnap. It’s about a GIRL who is half mermaid half human. 2 Completely  Cassidy. It’s about a GIRL who accidentally gets a great grade in school and becomes a genius.3 Anastasia  Krupnik . It’s  about a GIRL  who…. who…. it’s really hard to describe this book. Just it’s a really really REALLY good book. And number 4 : The Thea Sisters. It’s about some mice who are … can you guess ? yes!!!! GIRLS!!!! and they solve mysteries. And last but not least….. number 5: Emma Dilemma . It’s about a GIRL who gets into all sorts of trouble.  That’s it but remember  those books are only some of  the  books about GIRLS . There are more like Cupcake Diaries  and Sew Zoey ( both are some of  my favorites ) but remember  GIRLS ARE  AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Beth Crowe says:

    You go GIRL!!!! Yes! Girls ARE awesome! And important and needed… For so many things.

  • Jenny Faires says:

    You are right- girls are awesome! When I was growing up I read about girls who were trying to make sense of the world around them and why everyone wasn’t treated equal. Thank you for sharing some of your favorite books. I will save them so my little girl can read them when she gets a bit older-she’s only four right now. Keep up with the awesome blog post!

  • mindy says:

    Thanks for writing this. Did you realize that today (well, for you I guess it’s yesterday) was another amazing GIRL writer’s birthday? If you have the chance, you might enjoy reading about Nellie Bly. She wrote newspaper articles that helped people, and she travelled around the world to show she could. I’m so glad you posted this!

  • Brandy says:

    I’m proud of YOU Zoe and this YOU are one awesome GIRL!

  • Bob Huntzinger says:

    Thank you for expressing yourself, and for the many references. I’m assuming you will write more on this so important subject. Looking forward to your future posts.

  • Stacey says:

    You are right! Girls are indeed awesome. I love all of your examples. I need to read some of the books you mentioned!! Keep being an awesome girl.

  • Kelcee Ricks says:

    Zoe, I’m your moms cousins and I get to meet you this weekend I’m visiting in Japan! I read your blog and you know what? What are right! Women are awesome! Let me tell you about some of my favorite women in history and if you want you can go read more about them later!
    1. Amelia Earhart: she was the first women to fly around the Atlantic Ocean solo and she was also part of the women’s right activists.
    2. Rosa Parks: she was a black woman who stood up for what she believed in. Back when black people were thought not to equal to white people they were suppose to sit in the back of the bus but she sat in front and would not move.
    3. Clara Barton : she started the Red Cross association
    4. Sacajawea: she was an Indian woman who was a guide and interpreter for the Louis and Clark expedition!
    Can’t wait to meet you this weekend!

  • ej says:

    Zoe, I am so proud of the way you wrote this blog. You did a great job of explaining yourself. I am also proud of you for being a thinker and for caring about the world. You are truelly awesome.

  • Spencer says:

    Thanks for the great post, Zöe! I’ll use your recommendations for my little mighty girl when she gets older. Girl power!

  • Janet Walker says:

    Love your reading list, Zoe. And your comments! Makes me want to order up some new books! Girls Rock and Chicks Rule!!

  • Mavis Brown says:

    Hi Miss Zoe you are amazing, and I wish more girls were as confident as you are. It is hard to be a girl in a man’s world but you are on the right path. I try to teach my girls to be powerful and confident too. I am sure the books you recommended will help me to encourage them. Thank you for being a good example to girls all over the world by putting yourself and your ideas out there.

  • Mai Watanabe says:

    Girls are most definitely super important! Gender doesn’t and shouldn’t define our importance. Unfortunately, there are many people and cultures in the world that believe otherwise. You’re already helping to teach some of these people that girls and women are just as important and awesome (and everything positive!) as boys and men are. Go Zoe:)

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