A Mighty Girl a claims to be “the world’s largest collection of books and movies for smart, confident, and courageous girls,” and it probably is. A recent addition to the web, it’s a fantastic resource compiled by a husband and wife team dedicated to empowering girls. It’s incredibly easy to navigate with a variety of traditional (fiction, history) and not-so-traditional (mighty girls, independent princesses) categories. I’ve browsed the site for books for my two girls, but what I enjoy most is their engaging blog and facebook posts. They are right in line with the mission behind A Mighty Girl – highlighting mighty girls, news and opportunities. I’ve found out about so many interesting things I otherwise would’ve missed. They encourage feedback and are always looking for new books and movies to add to their ever growing list. And if you are so inclined, there are ways to support A Mighty Girl as well.
May 20, 2012
A Mighty Girl
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