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Strong Women and Girls Help Make the World Go Round Strong Women and Girls Help Make the World Go Round
Exhibition Creator(s) - Roshin Mathew
 
It is important to celebrate our heroes and heroines. We sometimes reward men for being independent, strong, and opinionated, but often women and girls who exhibit the same attributes are seen in a different light. The books in this exhibition feature girls and women from all over the world who are strong, smart, brave, and proud, and they are rewarded for demonstrating these attributes. The characters in these stories use cooperation, resourcefulness, and imagination to solve problems. They meet their challenges and find hope and strength in their situations. These books encourage young girls to be anything they want to be.

Who will sing to Yasmine?Bird, girl and her eyesThe legend of wives' hairBakit Matagal ang Sundo Ko? = Why is my Mommy late?Auntie, dear Auntie, kind DaddyAng pambihirang buhok ni Lola = Lola's extraordinary hairThe Christmas tree shipThe little girl and her brother

 
 
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Roshin Mathew
Roshin loves to travel! Through the people she has met during her travels, she has learned that she is not just an American citizen, but that she also is a citizen of the world. When Roshin is not traveling, she is working on finishing her MLS degree at the University of Maryland and she expects to graduate in May 2009.
 
 

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