Stories for Boys who Dare to be Different is a beautiful and inspiring collection of stories about boys who changed the world without killing a single dragon or saving a single princess.
Stories for Kids who Dare to be Different was born out of the success out of Stories for Boys and it a celebration inspirational and amazing boys and girls who stood up and stood out. This is a beautifully illustrated, evocative and inspiration book of amazing stories of amazing people, that will delights sons and daughters, nephews and nieces, and give them to courage to be themselves.
With children at home, we’re releasing some exclusive material for Stories for Boys who Dare to be Different and Stories for Kids who Dare to be Different.
Each digital pack contains:
- 2 activity packs
- Downloadable audio extracts of the inspiring stories of boys and kids
- Exclusive sample pages from the upcoming Stories for Boys who Dare to be Different Journal
More about Stories for Boys who Dare to be Different
Winner of the Children’s Book of the Year at the National Book Awards 2018 and The Sunday Times Number 1 bestseller, Stories for Boys is a beautiful and transporting book packed with stories of adventure and wonderment. It will appeal to those who need the courage to reject peer pressure and go against the grain. It is the must-have book for all those boys who worry about stuff and all those parents who worry about their boys who worry about stuff. It will education and entertain, whilst also encourage and inspire.
More about Stories for Boys who Dare to be Different Journal
Publishing in May, the journal accompanies the award-winning and bestselling Stories for Boys who Dare to be Different. It’s full of tips and ideas to help boys everywhere explore their dreams and release their creativity in an environment where emotions and feelings are celebrated. Thanks to an array of imaginative and thoughtful prompts, and short biographies of some real-life inspiring figures who followed their personal dreams, this journal will help boys construct their own world away from gender stereotypes and social conventions.
- Devising a plot for a film in which your biggest fear is quashed
- Identifying what cause you would go out and protest for
- Creating a list of characteristics about human beings for aliens
- Imagining what would make you happy a week, a month, ten years from now
It is the must-have journal for all those boys who worry about stuff and all those parents who worry about their boys who worry about stuff.
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