GO, GIRLS, GO! by Frances Gilbert and illustrated by Allison Black shows the different ways girls can be in the driver’s seat. Whether it’s driving a fire engine, steering a boat, or flying an airplane, readers will cheer along with these girls who can do (and drive or fly) anything!
With plenty of bright colors and engaging graphics, the illustrations complement the rhyming text and repeated refrain of “Go, Girls, Go!” Additionally, with wonderful diversity and representation throughout, this story does a delightful job of reinforcing that girls can be anything they want. My 3-year-old twin girls giggled and cheered with each chorus of, “GO, GIRLS, GO!”
Suggested Reading Age: PreK-Grade 1 | Beach Lane Books / Imprint of Simon & Schuster | 40 pg. | November 5, 2019 |
“Girls can race … and girls can fly. Girls can rocket way up high. What about you?”