Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: 100 Inspiring Young Changemakers
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September 27, 2022
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About the Author
Rebel Girls is a global, multi-platform entertainment brand, dedicated to inspiring and instilling confidence in a generation of girls around the world. Rebel Girls started from a 2016 international best-selling children's book, featuring real-life, extraordinary women throughout history, geography, and field of excellence, focusing on creators, innovators, leaders, and champions. In addition to its best-selling book series, Rebel Girls creates an award-winning, chart-topping podcast, brought to life by the voices of phenomenal current-day women. Rebel Girls also offers virtual experiences and toys, and is expanding its reach to merchandise lines, live theater, and a digital app. Its community of self-identified Rebel Girls spans more than 100 countries, with 6 million books sold in 51 languages and 13 million podcast downloads.
Jess Harriton is an editor at Rebel Girls working on stories to delight and inspire girls 7-12. Previously, she was an editor at Penguin Random House where she worked with bestselling and award-winning authors like Jessica Goodman, Tochi Onyebuchi, Jennifer Yen, and Hannah Reynolds. Her writing has appeared in Concrete Literary Magazine and HelloGiggles.com. Jess graduated from Emerson College in 2013. She currently lives in Brooklyn, NY in an apartment filled with books.
Maithy Vu is a Vietnamese American writer who loves surrealism and most things odd. While earning her B.A. in Theater Arts at the University of California, Santa Cruz, she spent time writing poetry, plays, and slightly bizarre sketches for an all-women comedy team. Maithy published her novella, Wounded Wisteria, in 2015, combining fiction in verse with her own watercolor illustrations. She went on to earn her M.L.A. in Creative Writing & Literature at Harvard Extension School where she completed her first novel Squid Season. In early 2019, Maithy joined the editorial team at Rebel Girls. Since then, her colleagues have been given compulsory lectures about Taylor Swift on a weekly basis.