Looking for a new empowering book for girls? As a mom with four daughters it is so important to me to provide the message of empowerment to my daughters. We live in an age where women are often given messages to conform to fit societies standards and as a mom it’s my job to teach my daughters that differences should be celebrated and make the world a beautiful place. Curlee Girlee by Atara Twersky explores the topic of girl empowerment in a fun and exciting way for young girls.
About Curlee Girlee :
The book introduces us to three-year-old Curlee Girlee as she begins to discover her hair doesn’t resemble her family’s silky-straight hair. She wants it straightened to feel like she can fit in but her mom says to her, “Oh no, you are beautiful just the way you are.” The story follows Curlee Girlee through her journey of resisting to embracing her natural hair and recognizing that she is special just the way she is.
About the Atara Twersky:
Atara Twersky is an attorney and lives in NYC with her husband and three children. Atara was inspired to write Curlee Girlee by her youngest daughter. She hopes it will inspire other curlee and non-curlee girls to love all things about them that make them unique. Atara loves fashion and clothes, surfing, skiing, and swimming with her kids. Her dream job would allow her to go to sleep at 4 a.m. and wake up at noon…unfortunately, until the kids are at least 20, she doesn’t think that can happen! She loves water parks and roller coasters—she laughs so hard that her kids say she has as much fun, or more, than they do! Atara’s favorite poem is “IF” by Rudyard Kipling. She has been reciting it from memory since she was ten years old.
Where Can You Find Curlee Girlee :
Pick up a copy of Curlee Girlee on Amazon today
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