This book follows the ones before it by telling short stories about awesome women. This one, though, adds on questions that will make any child think. Though the stories are much shorter, I can see this book lasting longer over the great conversations that will be had.
I love this series and wish there was something similar when I was a child, or even when my daughter was younger. The questions are truly thought provoking and would give anyone pause to consider them. What really gets me about this book is that it is inspiring by allowing young children to dream their own dream. Even though it gives a brief story about the woman the questions are focused on, the questions are written in such a way that the child is allowed and encouraged to find their own path.
Many thanks to Net Galley for providing me with an ARC of this book. I would also like to thank Simon and Schuster for routinely inviting me to preview books in this series. I am truly blessed to have been given the opportunity with this series.
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