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In an age of growing concerns in girls about self-doubt, bullying, defined beauty and more, we need tools as parents to guide them. Kids love books and relatable stories so these are 3 books (or tools) we can give our daughter, granddaughters, nieces and any other girl in our lives or schools to help them through their fears and self doubt.
The Pinkaboos book series is a fictional set of stories. These girl-power books are written for the ages 7-10. It takes place in The Land of Frights. In this Academy Bitterly, Abyssma and Belladonna learn how to enter human girls dreams and help them overcome their nightmares. There are stories about bullying and not fitting in and these girls take those topics on!
The Pinkaboos Belladonna and the Nightmare Academy deal with the school bully, Vex while they search for bravery to scare away ghosts. In the Pinkaboos Bitterly and the Giant Problem, Bitterly must face an antagonistic classmate and has some personal problems she needs to deal with on her own so she can help other girls.
A third book by Dana Claire who grew up in my hometown of Gig Harbor, Wa. Razzle Dazzle Unicorn is a comic-style 4th book in a series. This series is great for middle-grade readers and features Phoebe, a bright 9-year-old girl and her unicorn friend, Marigold. Throughout the series Phoebe learns about being authentic, fitting in and the real meaning of friendship.
In this 4th book of the series, Phoebe and Marigold confront messy rooms, the school bully and a case of “Sparkle Fever”. Perhaps being weird can be a lot more fun than being ordinary.
You can learn more at AMP Comics for Kids and find these titles at Amazon as well.