You Go Girl-- Keep Dreaming: A Special Book about Always Believing in Yourself

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Blue Mountain Arts, Inc., 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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What does achieving your dreams take?
Setting goals, believing in yourself,
going for it, and never giving up!
Penelope J. Miller, narrator of girls rule, is back in YOU GO GIRL... KEEP DREAMING with hope, help, friendship, and advice on the subject of girls and their dreams. Being a dreamer herself, she returns in these pages to let you know that if you are a girl in the world with dreams, she will be here for you all the way.
Chances are that on the path to your dreams, you will be faced with more than one big challenge. Penelope knows the road can be bumpy, and with words of inspiration and fun, she offers encouragement and practical advice for meeting challenges head on, while always reminding you to be who you are.
Whether you want to be an astronaut or athlete or artist or are currently trying to deal with the ups and downs of school and making your way, the road can be scary sometimes. Penelope lets you know that there is greatness in the idea of trying, trying, and trying again and that the best parts of ourselves are often found when we "mess up."
Among her words of advice in this book, youall find ways to deal with roadblocks like self-doubt, or abrain freeze, a and space for you to write your own goals and ideas. With messages and drawings about individuality and self-reliance, Penelope fills these pages with girl power, lots of fun, and a very important reminder: YOU GO GIRL... KEEP DREAMING!

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ASHLEY RICE is a writer/illustrator of books and greeting cards, which makes perfect sense since she created her first greeting card at age ten. Since then, Ashley has gone on to graduate Princeton University and is currently working toward completion of her MFA in Creative Writing at Emerson College. Ashley lives in Texas where she is working on her next nonfiction book, as well as a novel.

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