Parents' Guide to

Rebel Girls, Dream On

By Mieke VanderBorght, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Inspiring stories of extraordinary women, now in audio.

App iPhone , iPod Touch , iPad Free to try Lifestyle
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Is It Any Good?

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This diverse collection of stories is sure to inspire, even if some stories may be too exciting to put kids to sleep. Just like the book series, these women's stories are told in a brief, succinct prose with an emphasis on the strength of conviction that guided the women towards their achievements. The stories are meaningful and relevant for everyone regardless of age or gender. The women do such amazing things and kids may be so engaged in the story that listening may stimulate their minds rather than calm them. In that case, these stories may not be right for bedtime. Listening to these stories -- rather than reading them - -may make them more accessible for some. and sound effects can help bring more of the story to life. Others may feel like they have less of a connection to the woman's story, or a harder time letting their imaginations soar with possibilities when they aren't reading it with a loved one or voraciously reading through the text version.

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