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Learn with lolly!
Come on a learning adventure centered around different themes! Crafts! Books! Songs! And more!
My Name is Georgia - read by Lolly Hopwood
The story of Georgia O'Keeffe is inspiring for kids and grown ups. She certainly had a perspective all her own and was fearless in pursuing a life that fit her own vision.This is a wonderful book for the young artist in your life. Make sure that you have plenty of art supplies on hand because you'll be inspired to paint, too, after reading this! For more about Lolly, weekly learning themes, live & virtual events and more head to www.lollyhopwood.com Cheerio Dearios!
Catherine the Great - read by Lolly Hopwood
Let's learn about Catherine the Great! She was a powerful ruler who shaped much of the Russian Empire. Truly an example of a strong female leader, she was a true patriarchy smasher. This story is from the first volume of Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls. For more about Lolly, weekly learning themes, live & virtual events and more head to www.lollyhopwood.com Cheerio Dearios!
Johanna Nordblad - read by Lolly Hopwood
It takes a lot of courage & strength to do what Johanna Nordblad does. She dives under ice to experience the solitary majesty of a wintery underwater world. Her story is beautiful and is an inspiration for people, especially little girls, whose have a love for the daring things in life. It's also wonderful to see how Nordblad took a seeming tragedy and turned it into a new way of life. This story is from 'Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls'. It's a great book that should be in everyone's collections! For more about Lolly, weekly learning themes, live & virtual events and more head to www.lollyhopwood.com Cheerio Dearios!
Frida Kahlo: Little People, Big Dreams - read by Lolly Hopwood
Frida Kahlo was a larger than life legend as an artist, a feminist, and a human. This books breaks some of the big key points of her life into manageable bites that will really engage children's curiosity about Kahlo. The Little People, Big Dreams series is perfect for kids in preschool & elementary schools. But, to be honest, grown ups can learn a lot from them as well! Written by Isabel Sanchez Vegara and illustrated by Gee Fan Eng, this is a perfect introduction to the imaginative & illustrious Frida Kahlo. For more about Lolly, weekly learning themes, live & virtual events and more head to www.lollyhopwood.com Cheerio Dearios!
Coy Mathis: Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls - read by Lolly Hopwood
You don't have to be grown up to change the world. And sometimes the only thing you need to do to make the biggest change is to be yourself. In this installment of 'On Wednesdays We Smash the Patriarchy,' learn about how Coy Mathis, a transgender 1st grader, helped brighten the way for the entire trans community in this country. I know that this subject can be daunting for a lot of parents. But the simplicity & relatability of this true story makes it an easy way to talk to kids about trans people and the simple way to accept people for who they really are. For more about Lolly, weekly learning themes, live & virtual events and more head to www.lollyhopwood.com Cheerio Dearios!
Buffalo Calf Road Woman - read by Lolly Hopwood
Buffalo Calf Road Woman was a strong, brave native Cheyenne woman whose courage and devotion saved the life of her brother. This inspiring story is a great way to teach kids about Native American history and to show that women have been breaking stereotypes and boundaries in every culture and throughout history. This story is part of the Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls series. Get your own copy and learn about other incredible women from across the globe! To learn more about me & what I do, head to www.LollyHopwood.com Cheerio Dearios!
Little People, Big Dreams: Dolly Parton - read by Lolly Hopwood
You may not expect it, buy Dolly Parton has done so much with her talents that she is one of the most powerful women in the music industry! A savy business woman, an advocate for children's literacy, & an ally for racial equality, she's been breaking down boundaries since she was a little girl. And she's been doing it decked out in rhinestones with wild blonde wigs and 6" fingernails. This book is part of a wonderful series that educated kids about powerful people throughout history. Make sure to check out all of the books in this series. And listen to some Dolly Parton songs while you're at it! If you would like to learn more about me, Lolly Hopwood, and what I do, head to LollyHopwood.com. There's music, stories, shows, crafts, and live events! Cheerio dearios!
Queen Nanny of the Maroons - read by Lolly Hopwood
There are so many stories that need to be heard by more people! Queen Nanny of the Maroons is one of those stories. She had royal ancestry, but was sold into slavery in Jamaica. Being an incredibly brave, strong woman, she led her people to a new life in the hills of the beautiful island. She instructed them how to protected their way of life. And she even fed them miraculously. This story is part of the 'Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls', which is an incredibly curated collection of stories of women & girls who have changed the world. If you don't have these books yet, go get them! I hope you enjoy Queen Nanny's story. If you would like to learn more about me, Lolly Hopwood, and what I do, head to LollyHopwood.com. There's music, stories, shows, crafts, and live events! Cheerio dearios!