If you can dream it, you can be it.
That's the message behind the awesome new children's book, RAD Girl Revolution, now on Kickstarter!
RAD stands for Rise Above Doubt and Reach Any Dream. The book will feature 30 inspiring storybook-style photos of real little girls in fields typically under-represented by women, along with a rhyming verse describing each career. The book includes occupations such as Scientist, Judge, Artist, Astronaut, Doctor, Pilot, Journalist, Director, Chef, Author, CEO, Engineer, Paleontologist, President, and many more.
Rad Girl Revolution will be a hardcover (10x8") children's book for kids ages 3-7 that empowers young girls and encourages gender equal mindsets in young boys. There are many empowering children's books that are suited for girls 7 and up, but RAD Girl Revolution will appeal to a younger audience. Gender stereotypes are set in children as early as age 6, so it is crucial to expose them to empowering books and reach them during the critical developmental ages of 3-7 years old.
Here at Princess Awesome, we are so delighted to partner with RAD Girl Revolution and the awesome Girls CAN! Crate to bring you a set of products that honors little girls' BIG dreams!
The awesome Mae Jamison box features a 20-page GIRLS CAN! Activity Book telling Mae's story and everything you need to create your own solar system, build your own science rockets, and experience fun ways to explore gravity & get thinking! Combine it with Princess Awesome "Fleur-de-Liftoff" Rockets Twirly Play Dress and RAD Girl Revolution, and you have one totally awesome, empowering, Out-of-This-World experience!
by Rebecca Melsky December 18, 2020 3 min read
About a week ago, a very kind customer wrote in to say that two of the "Hello Chum" sharks dresses she received in the mail had two strange discolorations on the skirt. They seemed to line up perfectly with the tape that was on the clear plastic bag holding each dress.
"That's so strange!" we wrote back, and immediately sent her two new dresses assuming it was some one-off problem with the dresses she had received. But after we heard from another customer with the same problem, and the first woman's replacement dresses ALSO had these strange discolorations, we knew something was up.
by Rebecca Melsky November 24, 2020 1 min read 16 Comments
by Eva St. Clair June 29, 2020 1 min read 1 Comment
We love seeing all the awesome ideas for new clothing designs!
Here are some technical sketches of the silhouettes we use most often. You can print them out and draw on them, and then email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look at everything you send and are so grateful for your thoughts and contributions.
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