Review | The Rebel Girls Handbook

All Rebel, all the time. The Rebel Girls Handbook is the ultimate ticket to trivia, activities, and more about 300+ extraordinary women featured across the bestselling Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls series.

Malala Yousafzai fights for girls’ education around the world. . . and there’s an asteroid named after her. Florence Nightingale was a nurse who saved lives during the Crimean War. . . and she had a pet owl named Athena. María Isabel Urrutia is a Colombian weightlifter. . . and the inspiration for a character in the film Encanto.

The Rebel Girls Handbook includes amazing facts and beautiful illustrations of Rebel Girls past and present, all packaged together in a fun, easy-to-flip-through format. Spotlights on the home countries and traits of trailblazing women let readers explore the Rebel universe like never before, while activities encourage them to join in and make the book their own.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I’m always excited to see another Rebel Girls title pop up, so I was eager to give this one a read. I really enjoyed that in this installment the beginning features highlights of regions and then broke down into countries, highlighting a few figures from each country. The rest of the book contains 300 profiles of figures throughout history and from all over the world. There’s a wide variety of professions and talents that could prove inspirational for girls of all ages. In this installment we’re given bullet points of important aspects or events from each figure and many of them include a QR code that can be scanned to learn more. As always the colors are bright and vibrant and all of the different art pieces bring life to the different individuals.

Happy reading!

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