Girl Power in the Family: A Book about Girls, Their Rights, and Their Voice
Girl Power is designed to discuss the particular challenges, expectations, and stereotypes girls face. Each book in this series talks with girls and the people who care about them to provide new insights into growing up. Supports the national curriculum standards Culture; Individual Development and Identity; and Individuals, Groups, and Institutions as outlined by the National Council for the Social Studies.
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