An irresistible interactive journal from the creators of Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, designed to encourage readers of all ages to explore their rebel spirits!
I Am a Rebel Girl: A Journal to Start Revolutions is filled with activities that challenge perspective, inspire thought, and prompt action. Readers can write love notes to their favorite body parts, draw themselves climbing a mountain, write a letter to an elected representative, and interact with the beautiful, original artwork throughout, which was developed by the same female artists who illustrated the iconic Rebel Girls books. I Am a Rebel Girl is the perfect companion to the book series. It is an action plan that creates space for BIG ideas and helps girls develop the tools they need to lead the revolution of our time.
I Am a Rebel Girl includes full-color layouts that will turn the dreams of rebel girls around the world into inspired works of art. With a stunning cover that begs to be personalized, high quality interior printing, and fun stickers, I Am a Rebel Girl is sure to excite the millions of fans Rebel Girls has gained all around the world and welcome new audiences.
About the Author
Elena Favilli is an NYT bestselling author and the founder of Rebel Girls. She lives in Los Angeles with her dog Lafayette, a Bracco Italiano.
Francesca Cavallo is an award-winning writer and theater director. She lives in Los Angeles.
"Most activity books ask you to join the dots or colour by numbers. This one asks you to plan your own protest march." — Mashable
"The journal is filled with writing prompts encouraging girls of all ages to jot down their hopes for the future or love notes to favorite body parts. In a genre where male characters are twice as likely to have leading roles as female ones, the Rebel Girls series is fulfilling a need in ways other picture books can’t compete with." — Los Angeles Magazine
"Each colorful page is filled with prompts, activities and idea starters — a full 100 in all — to get girls thinking, get girls dreaming, and most importantly, get girls doing." — Cool Mom Picks