Geeky Girls Journal
Geeky Girls Journal (Part 1) If I were you, I'd wanna be me!
Meet Dreamer, if you dare! She isn’t your average middle school girl. She’s a sassy geek who’s smarter than most of her teachers. She might be super smart and socially awkward but the playground bullies, mean girls, and fake friends quickly realize that she won’t be pushed around.
Dreamer loves math and science, even though some of her experiments lead to disastrous results. In her first journal, she takes the reader on an exciting adventure full of hilarious stories and pictures detailing her epic battles with her many nemeses. At the same time, she teaches the reader about important life topics; how cool it is to love science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM); and lots of new words!
Geeky Girls Journal (Part 2) If I were you, I'd wanna be me too!
It’s Miss Know-It-All herself—Dreamer. The super smart and socially awkward middle schooler who has become the symbol behind the #GeekyGirlsRuleTheWorld movement. She continues to find the most creative ways ever to outsmart her many enemies.
In this sequel to her first journal, she continues the neverending battle with bullies and other kids who refuse to acknowledge how awesome she is. She continues to take the reader on an exciting adventure full of hilarious stories and pictures detailing her epic battles with her many nemeses. At the same time, she teaches the reader about important life topics; how cool it is to love science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM); and lots of new words!
A note for parents from the authors:
Geeky Girls Journal is full of journal entries that will keep readers engaged by using humor while teaching about important issues. Dreamer is the responsible friend who all parents wish their child knew She will teach your kids more than 50 new words and important life concepts without them even realizing it.
Make no mistake, Dreamer relates to kids by speaking their language and saying some things that are sassy. This is the only way that they’ll accept her as being “real.” She then uses this inside track to teach them about right and wrong. Readers will laugh, cry, and learn from Dreamer’s mistakes and hopefully prevent them from making the same ones in real life.
Some important issues covered in the Geeky Girls Journal Series are:
- Always be yourself.
- It’s okay to be a geek. Math and science are cool.
- Stand up for yourself! Don’t let people bully you.
- Looking different can be a good thing.
- Plan for the future and think ahead.
- You can have your own business.
- Do your best at everything.
- Learn from your mistakes and the errors of others.
- Be aware of the dangers that lurk online.
- Listen to your parents.
- Choose a good role model.