Reviews

  • A revolution at bedtime... Esther Walker thought she had parenting down until she read the hit book to her daughter. It has changed their lives

    Sunday Times Magazine
  • The publishing sensation of the year

    Evening Standard, Books of the Year
  • The definitive book of the year in our house, for both parents and offspring. It offers celebratory, non-judgmental paeans to the varied lives of influential women. Anyone needing an antidote for certain oversexualised, underoccupied screen heroines need look no further

    Maggie O’Farrell, Guardian Books of the Year
  • A welcome reminder to girls that nothing stands in their way - except a lack of self-belief. This book started as a crowd-funded project and has become a best-seller which is the best news of the year

    Sally Morris, Daily Mail Books of the Year
  • This amazing book shows young girls they can be anything they want

    Melinda Gates
  • Trust me, your life needs Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls... Absolutely beautiful - get one for yourself and one to inspire a woman in your life

    Sarah Shaffi, Stylist
  • Featuring spies, pirates, astronauts, activists, scientists, writers, sports stars and more, many of the stories are so thrilling and uplifting your child's heart may beat a little faster, her mind racing with possibilities. If she leaps out of bed to get to work, blame the authors

    Emine Saner, Guardian
  • Modern and fundamentally feminist, this riot grrrl reinvention of the fairytale is so inspiring adults are also reading it in droves

    Heather Saul, i newspaper
  • Elegant, colourful... and captivatingly told... In an ideal world, not only would mothers read this aloud to daughters, but teachers would read it to schoolboys

    Nicolette Jones, Sunday Times
  • A book to keep, treasure and read again, and the end pages are a call to arms: space for readers to write their own story and drawn their own portrait. Essential reading for girls and indeed boys; children who read this at bedtime are guaranteed some big and inspirational dreams

    Fiona Noble, Observer