The most empowering and inspirational Children’s Book series for girls published by parent and Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry

The most empowering and inspirational Children’s Book series for girls published by parent and Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry The most empowering and inspirational Children’s Book series for girls published by parent and Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry The most empowering and inspirational Children’s Book series for girls published by parent and Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry

A new girl-empowerment book series featuring 100 girls-only-in-lead-roles inspires grade-school level girls with positive role-models.


The books profile the True Stories of 100 female luminaries to empower and inspire the new generation of young girls at grade-school level (ages 8-12). The three titles are:


1) Little Girls Powerful Women: How Girls Break Ceilings; introduces the young readers to the little girls who literally “nevertheless, persisted” and became America’s “First Women to…” from all walks of life. 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.


2) Little Girls & Nobel Prizes: America’s Girl Power; highlights the lives, education, and struggles of all of America's female Nobel laureates. Their impact and contributions have literally changed the world.


3) Little Girls Powerful CEOs: From Real-Life to Real-Life; highlights the same and professional paths of some of the most influential top female executives shaping America and the world.


The publishing editorial board commented on the manuscript “… [The author] has done an excellent job in breaking down some fairly complicated concepts for young readers….  This book is a fascinating and diverse mix of stories …with numerous excellent examples and plentiful diversity.  …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…”


To obtain copies of these book, you can look for the hyperlink at the bottom of this Press Release. The full list of these female luminaries in the three titles can be seen below:


>>>Little Girls Powerful Women: How Girls Break Ceilings (Parts 1 - 4):
• The First Woman in America to Become a Medical Doctor
• The First African American Woman to Become a Medical Doctor
• The First Woman in America to Become an Astronomer
• The First Woman in America to Become a Dentist
• The First Woman in America to Receive a Law Degree
• The First Woman in America to Become a College President
• The First African American Woman to Receive a Law Degree
• The First Woman in America to Earn a PhD
• The First Woman in America to Earn a Degree in Architecture
• America’s First African American Woman Dentist
• America’s First Female Police Officer
• America’s First Deaf-Blind Person to Earn a College Degree
• The First Woman in America to Earn an Engineering Degree
• The First Woman Conductor of a Symphony Orchestra in America
• The First American Woman to Receive a Pilot’s License
• The First Woman Elected to the US Congress
• America’s First African/Native American Woman to Become a Licensed Pilot
• The First Female Governor of a State
• The First Female Self-Made Multimillionaire in America
• The First Woman in America to Become a Federal Judge
• The First American Woman to Be Awarded A Nobel Prize
• The First Woman Elected to the US Senate
• The First American Woman to Win the Nobel Prize in Literature
• The First Female War Photojournalist
• The First Woman in America to Win the Nobel Prize in Medicine
• The First Woman to Become a US Ambassador
• The First African American Woman to Win a Pulitzer Prize
• The First African American Female Aerospace Engineer at NASA
• The First Woman in America to Win a Nobel Prize in Physics
• The First Asian American Woman to be Elected to the US Congress
• The First Woman in America to Receive a PhD in Computer Science
• The First African American Woman to Become a US Ambassador
• The First African American Woman to Become a Federal Judge
• The First Woman to Own a Membership Seat on the New York Stock Exchange
• The First Woman to Run the Boston Marathon with a Bib Number
• The First African American Woman Elected to the US Congress
• The First-Ever Recipient of the Computer Sciences Person of the Year Award
• The First Woman Jockey to Race in the Kentucky Derby
• The First Woman to Compete in Both the Indianapolis 500 and the Daytona 500
• The First African American Woman US Army General
• America’s First Female US Supreme Court Justice
• America’s First Female Astronaut
• The First Woman from America to Win an Unshared Nobel Prize in Medicine
• The First Woman Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
• The First Hispanic American Woman Elected to the US Congress
• The First Female and First Hispanic US Surgeon General
• The First African American Woman Mayor of a Major US City
• The First Female Chief Scientist of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association
• The First Woman Inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame
• The First Female African American US Senator
• America’s First African American Female Astronaut
• The First Hispanic American Female Astronaut
• The First Woman US Attorney General
• The First African American to Become Surgeon General of the United States
• The First African American Woman to Win a Nobel Prize
• 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

>>>>Little Girls & Nobel Prizes: America’s Girl Power:
• Jane: The First American Woman to be awarded a Nobel Prize
• Pearl: The First American Woman to Win the Nobel Prize in Literature
• Emily: Nobel Prize in Peace
• Gerty: The First Woman in America to Win the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
• Maria: The First Woman in America to Win a Nobel Prize in Physics
• Rosalyn: Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
• Barbara: The First Woman in America to Win an Unshared Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
• Gertrude: Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
• Toni: The First African American Woman to Win a Nobel Prize
• Jody: Nobel Prize in Peace
• Linda: Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
• Elizabeth: Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
• Carol: Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine
• Elinor: Nobel Prize in Economics

>>>>Little Girls Powerful CEOs: From Role-Play to Real Life:
• Susan: CEO of YouTube
• Indra: CEO of Pepsi
• Mary: CEO of General Motors
• Ursula: CEO of Xerox
• Meg: CEO of eBay
• Marissa: CEO of Yahoo
• Mary: CEO of Rite Aid
• Virginia: CEO of IBM
• Rosalind: CEO of Sam’s Club
• Safra: President of Oracle
• Carly: CEO of Hewlett-Packard
• Sheryl: COO of Facebook
• Martha: CEO & founder of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
• Debra: CEO of BET (Black Television Network)
• Zoe: President of Morgan Stanley
• Lisa: CEO of Advanced Micro Devices

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