Little Girls Powerful Women (Part 4 of 4): How Girls Break Ceilings (Paperback)
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Girl-Empowerment at it's best This is part 4 of a 4-part children's book series empowering girls and teaching young boys to ascribe to true gender equality. All are based on true stories of little girls who against all odds, and during a time when women, African Americans, immigrant Americans, and other minorities were more marginalized than they are today, nevertheless persisted with their sheer Grit to pursue what they love, and along the way shattered all sorts of ceilings, and became America's "First Women To ..." >The editors at CreateSpace publishing commented: "This book is a fascinating and diverse mix of stories ...with numerous excellent examples and plentiful diversity. ... The author] has done an excellent job in breaking down some fairly complicated concepts for young readers. ...The book is written at the grade-school level, and the] structure works marvelously well and builds on itself to create a powerful compendium of accomplished women. ... The tone is straightforward and is enhanced by the use of simple declarative sentences. The tone] works well for its target audience, which is grade school girls and boys...." Parents are encouraged to read these books together with their daughters and sons. This book gently skims the surface of the complex and sensitive issues that each girl had to overcome before becoming America's "First Woman to..." and provides an opportunity for all parents to educate their young ones based on the appropriate maturity level as they wish. >Each woman is featured in her own chapter with a colorful portrait (at the end of each chapter). This part 4 (of 4) includes: The First Out Woman from the LGBT Community to Become a Federal Judge, the First Woman to Become US Secretary of State, the First Woman to Become CEO of a Fortune 20 Company, the First Woman to Become National Security Adviser and First African American Woman to Become US Secretary of State, the First Woman Astronaut Outside a Government Space Program, the First Female Speaker of the US House of Representatives, the First African American Woman CEO of a Fortune 500 Company, the First Woman Inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, the First Hispanic American Woman to Become a US Supreme Court Justice, the First Woman to Win the Oscar for Best Director, the First Chairwoman of the US Federal Reserve System, the First Woman in the World to Win the Fields Medal in Mathematics, the First Out Woman from the LGBT Community to Be Elected to the US House of Representatives (And Later, the First Out Woman to Be Elected to the US Senate), the First Out Woman from the LGBT Community to Be Elected Governor, the First Female African American US Attorney General, the Only Queen of Carbon Science, Special Mention: NASA's Class of 2017 and Jasmin Moghbeli.
About the Author
Andrew Sassani MD is a married father of two girls. He is a Harvard trained board-certified physician, Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, and a Medical Director at a national healthcare company. He graduated cum laude from New York University's College of Arts & Science ('92) with a bachelor's degree in Literature. To contact or follow the author on Instagram or Facebook, visit @LittleGirlsPowerfulWomen