The Book that Teaches Girls You Don't Have to Be Royal To Have Girl Power
Empowering Girls to Live Their Best Lives.
Princess Genevieve: The Hero with Girl Power shows young girls that you don’t have to be royal in order to have girl power.
Every girl can channel the brave, smart, kind, mindful, and confident princess within herself to be the hero of her own fairytale—and help make the world a better place. Readers will learn that with imagination and determination, anything is possible.
Read along and then enjoy the bonus activities:
-Sing “The Girl Power Anthem”
-Find Sight Words-Learn Ways to Be Your Own Hero
-Recognize Rhyming Words
-Turn to Discussion Topics
-Color a Bonus Page
-View Art by Genevieve Speranza
Princess Genevieve is by a mother, for her daughter.The characters in this book are based on the Speranzas: a New Jersey family that loves dogs, pizza, and dance parties. Joelle Speranza wrote this book to capture her daughter Genevieve’s passions and dreams at five-years-old.
Story by Joelle Speranza.Illustrations by Nancy Lane, Firefly Graphic Design.
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This author knows the world needs more heroes with girl power. What started as a fairly simple (yet still brave!) mission to write a book, ended up growing into a community of women and girls sharing what girl power means to them.”– Mabel + Moxie.com, top parenting Website that featured Princess Genevieve book
Joelle Speranza is a lifestyle publicist, writer, and author, with a passion for empowering girls of all ages and life stages. Her children’s book, Princess Genevieve: The Hero with Girl Power, was published in 2020. Her first book, Trash the Dress: Stories of Celebrating Divorce in your 20s, has been featured in Huffington Post, Glamour UK, Yahoo! Health, Cosmo Middle East, SheKnows, International Business Times, The Globe and Mail, and more. It was inspired by her life and features interviews with 70 divorced young women worldwide. Today, Joelle is married to Frank and cherishes being mommy to their daughter, Genevieve, and son, Luca. They live in a NJ lake community with their three dogs. Joelle first began writing stories on a typewriter when she was a child and since becoming a mom, has dreamed of publishing a children’s book. She was inspired to write Princess Genevieve as she planned her daughter’s princess-themed 5th birthday party because every princess needs her own story. Joelle decided to publish Princess Genevieve to help empower all young girls. A goal-getter, Joelle has been self-publishing and producing since college, when she launched her own music ‘zine-turned-website and Internet TV show before it was cool for everyone to have one. She views everything in life as a potential article, photo, or TV segment is always thinking of a way to create and spread positivity.
Learn more and connect at www.joellesperanza.com.
Nancy Lane has been creating since childhood. She started drawing at the age of six, when her mom gave her a teach-yourself-to-draw book. From there, her love of art grew as she continued to practice throughout her homeschooling years (pre-K through 9th grade) and took multiple art classes throughout her high school years. She studied communication design at the University of North Texas, but ended up graduating with a completely different major! After living overseas for nearly a decade, she and her husband and their two children moved to Texas where Nancy rekindled her love of art and began to self-teach graphic design. She now owns Firefly Graphic Design, and specializes in illustration, graphic design, and web design. When Nancy isn’t creating, she enjoys taking walks, cooking, telling silly stories to her kiddos, and dreaming of the future with her hubby.
Find out more at www.fireflygraphicdesign.com and connect with Nancy on social media @FireflyGraphicDesign.