It's A Girl Thing!: Smart, Fierce, And Leading The Way by Pri FerrariIt's A Girl Thing!: Smart, Fierce, And Leading The Way by Pri Ferrari

It's A Girl Thing!: Smart, Fierce, And Leading The Way

byPri FerrariIllustratorPri Ferrari

Picture Books | March 5, 2019

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What do girls like to do? What can they be? This fun and inspiring book answers those questions and stands as a reminder to girls that they are strong and capable. Illustrated with adorable spot art that contains just a dash of whimsy, the diverse group of girls showcased throughout is sure to inspire the next generation of rule-makers and rule-breakers.

StarBerry Books, an imprint of Kane Press, is a library full of diverse and imaginative children's books created by authors and artists from all over the globe. "Read Your Way Around the World!"

Pri Ferrari is the author and illustrator of Girl Stuff, her first children's book. She resides in São Paulo, Brazil. She believes the world can be a better place and is ready to help make change!Pri Ferrari is the author and illustrator of Girl Stuff, her first children's book. She resides São Paulo, Brazil. She believes the world can...
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Title:It's A Girl Thing!: Smart, Fierce, And Leading The WayFormat:Picture BooksProduct dimensions:48 pages, 8.5 × 8.5 × 0.6 inShipping dimensions:8.5 × 8.5 × 0.6 inPublished:March 5, 2019Publisher:The Kane PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1635921244

ISBN - 13:9781635921243

Appropriate for ages: 8

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"Careers and skills of all kinds are on the roster of what girls can be and do.What do girls like to do, and what can they be? Spare spreads answer these questions with figures on white backgrounds taking charge in various settings. Large swaths of color highlight their roles and attributes. A girl pilot rides a dragon. Athletes pose with their equipment-a surfboard, a football helmet, a skateboard, and more. There are mountain climbers staking a 'made it' flag, mechanics, gamers, and creators of art; there are chemists, adventurers, and bus drivers: Girls are 'brave' risk-takers, 'strong' fighters, and 'powerful' leaders, including judges, queens, and presidents. In addition to skin tones that range from pale to dark brown, there is a musician in a wheelchair, a business owner in hijab, a gamer with locs, and two creative girls who appear to be Asian. Each spread has a page of text, no more than three lines, on the verso, facing a simple scene or figure at work on the recto. The inviting art in pastel colors shows smiling faces with rosy cheeks and big eyes. Between the art and the easy-to-read type, this selection will please independent readers as well as read-aloud crowds.While it may not be asked for again and again, this book, a Brazilian import, surpasses many recent girl power-themed picture books."-Kirkus Reviews