HOW can I share this with, um...everyone?
Hang on, what is this book even ABOUT?
Why middle school is not too young to...
#BeSmart and raise your hand instead of lowering your standards;
#BeStrong and stay in your cleats;
#BeInnovative and change the world;
#BeWi$e and gain financial confidence;
#BeCharitable and make a real difference;
#BeConnected and find female role models;
#BeInformed and absorb different perspectives;
#BeHappy and pursue activities authentic to YOU;
#BeBrave enough fail and succeed with bravado; and
#BeWell-Read and devour every new release - including this one!
What are people already SAYING
about the book?
"AMAZON #1 NEW RELEASE IN SELF-ESTEEM
FOR TEENS & YOUNG ADULTS"
"Breaking down big ideas like entrepreneurship, financial confidence, and mentorship for the younger set at an early and important age, this book springboards today’s girls to become tomorrow’s moguls!”
--Tiffany Pham, founder and CEO of Mogul and bestselling author of You Are a Mogul and Girl Mogul
"ÊTRE girls are the next generation of changemakers, leaders, and role models that our community needs. We’re proud to be building a world together where women’s power is embraced and celebrated.”
--Ellevate Network, a global community of professional women committed to helping each other succeed
“ÊTRE brilliantly does what no other organization or book does. It reaches middle school girls exactly where they are and helps them soar. Using fresh, engaging language, ÊTRE provides these girls with the tools to identify, preserve and foster their most authentic selves, the part that so often gets lost in the societal pressures of middle school. And then ÊTRE encourages them to become the best version of that authentic self. A must-read for every middle school girl and everyone who loves her."
—Marie Benedict, New York Times bestselling author of The Only Woman in The Room, Carnegie’s Maid, and The Other Einstein
“Middle school girls are a growing and mighty force for change. ÊTRE lays down a great road map for girls to help discover themselves and the leaders they can become in their own lives, communities, companies, and countries.”
—Nell Merlino, original creator of Take Our Daughters to Work Day with the Ms. Foundation for Women, and founder of Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence, and Born Worthy
Wait, WHERE exactly will you be & how do I sign up?
Stay tuned for more events!