Go Girl: A storybook of epic NZ women
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"A collection of true stories about New Zealand women who have done extraordinary things. Some of the amazing women whose stories you will find in this book are Dame Whina Cooper, Janet Frame, Farah Palmer, Lucy Lawless, Kate Sheppard, Nancy Wake, Sophie Pascoe, Margaret Mahy, Ly... read full description below.
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GO GIRL is a collection of true stories about New Zealand women who have done extraordinary things. They had grand ideas.They weren't afraid to step up or speak out.They strove for their goals.They blazed a trail for other girls to follow . . .. . . and they never gave up on their dream.This book was written just for you, to show how amazing New Zealand women are and that your dreams can come true too.Just some of the amazing women whose stories you will find in this book are- Dame Whina Cooper; Janet Frame; Farah Palmer; Lucy Lawless; Kate Sheppard; Nancy Wake; Sophie Pascoe; Margaret Mahy; Lydia Ko; Merata Mita; Lorde; Rita Angus; Te Puea Herangi . . . and many more. This is a book that should be on the beside table of every Kiwi girl, from age seven to one hundred and seven.
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Barbara Else is a writer and editor, born in Invercargill. She has lived in Wellington, Auckland, Oamaru, Christchurch, Dunedin and San Diego. At school she became a bookworm, head always in a novel, a Superman comic or an encyclopaedia. She was very shy except when she wrote plays for her class to perform. Barbara wanted to be an actor or perhaps a radio journalist. At university she studied English Literature and History. She was surprised to begin writing her own stories but what fun it was! She's published many novels for adults and children, and has edited several story collections for children. She has won Fellowships and prizes and is a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to literature. She also has the Margaret Mahy Medal for children's literature. She can still be shy but gets a kick from a bit of stage fright.