Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls 
'A must-have for the nightstand of every girl or young woman you know' - Geri Stengel, Forbes
Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls reinvents fairy tales, inspiring girls with the stories of 100 heroic women from Elizabeth I to Serena Williams.
Illustrated by 60 female artists from every corner of the globe, this is the most-funded original book in the history of crowdfunding.
'The feminist bedtime story book you'll wish you had growing up' - Harriet Hall, Stylist
'These bedtime stories trade princesses for women who changed the world' - Taylor Pittman, The Huffington Post
'The anti-princess picture book (you and) little girls need' - Caitlin White, Bustle
'The best bedtime book you'll ever read' - Caroline Siegrist, Cool Mom Picks
AUTHOR: Elena Favilli (Author) Elena Favilli is a media entrepreneur and a journalist. She has worked for Colors magazine, McSweeney's, RAI, Il Post, and La Repubblica, and has managed digital newsrooms on both sides of the Atlantic. In 2011, she created the first iPad magazine for children, Timbuktu magazine. She is the founder and CEO of Timbuktu Labs. Francesca Cavallo (Author) Francesca Cavallo is a writer and theatre director. Her award-winning plays have been staged all across Europe. A passionate social innovator, Francesca is the founder of Sferracavalli, an International Festival of Sustainable Imagination in Southern Italy. In 2011, Francesca joined forces with Elena Favilli to found Timbuktu Labs, where she serves as Creative Director.
A must for any girl!
Posted by V. on 22nd Nov 2017
This is one of the best books I bought for my little girl. 100 inspiring 1-page stories about women that didn't need to wear pretty dresses or wait to be rescued by a prince, but accomplished meaningful things. The book itself is gorgeous with a nice finish cover, nice quality paper and fabulous illustrations. I highly recommend it.
Posted by Clare on 14th Jul 2017
Bought this for my 15 year old daughter. She loved it and read it in 2 days. Great to dip in & out of.
Posted by Unknown on 13th Jun 2017
My 12 year old Granddaughter had fallen out of love with reading and I took on the mission to find books to stimulate a reading habit. This book was reviewed in the Times and I thought it would be good for her. Good isn't the word for it as she has not put the book down since I gave it to her. The stories are well written, and are inspirational. Why haven't we heard of these women before?
Great and interesting read
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Jun 2017
lovely edition and great illustrations for every woman featuring. A long and interesting list of rebel girls indeed. Short and to the point- one could sueeze in two or three stories before the light goes out!
Reluctant reader is transformed!
Posted by Unknown on 28th Apr 2017
This book is the first thing my 10 year old has EVER asked to read more of. The illustrations are beautiful, the stories inspirational and pitched perfectly for children. They are not patronising nor too complicated. It's perfect!
Posted by Unknown on 27th Apr 2017
Not your normal book, but can't rave about it enough! Have now bought for several friends too. Has resulted in a lot of really good conversations with my daughter that ordinarily just wouldn't have happened. A few of the stories are potentially a bit strange/weak but a welcome change from princesses!
A winner for mother and daughter.
Posted by Madison Hartwright on 25th Apr 2017
I bought this for my partners daughter, she has been mainly homeschooled/unschooled but this year has entered full-time education. It was a hard decision to make and in keeping with our values I bought this book to remind her to always be herself and that she can achieve anything, it does just that. It gives us the opportunity to talk about subjects not taught to girls in school. She loves it as much as we do.
Read it yourself first
Posted by Unknown on 15th Apr 2017
It's a really interesting book, very different. I don't think its perfect, but anyone's selection of rebel girls will be subjective. It does bring up some pretty big issues and has provoked some conversations with my 6 year old that I wasn't quite prepared for. The thing about stories is that they let you explore deep and often quite dark themes in a safe way. This basic premis is altered when the stories are real, then the fact that we are reading (at bedtime) about how Amelia Erheart's body has never been found is actually quite spooky and unsettling, the same for why Russians are trying to kill journalists .... to be honest we started off with reading a story a night but I've changed our rhythm and removed the book for now. We'll come back to it when she's a bit older.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Apr 2017
Fantastic inspiring book for girls. My 5 year old and I read a couple of stories every night
Posted by Vixen on 7th Apr 2017
so good we bought a second copy for my friend's girls