After the popularity of the Rebel Girls and Little People, Big Dreams books about inspirational women, it was only a matter of time before we saw similar books aimed at boys. Since we ran our Empowering Children's Books for IWD post, we've had many, many requests from you guys for a round-up of books featuring inspiring males who may have veered off the traditional path en route to success, so here it is.
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High Five to the Hero
by Vita Murrow (Frances Lincoln, RRP £12.99).
Follow up to the stereotype-busting Power to the Princess, 15 reworked fairytales that focus on themes of friendship, disability, self-image and confidence.
Little People, Big Dreams: Rudolf Nureyev by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vergara (Frances Lincoln, RRP £9.99)
The story of the legendary ballet dancer and choreographer who proved that hard work can help you realise your life's ambition.
Little Guides to Great Lives: Stephen Hawking
by Isabel Thomas (Laurence King, RRP £8.99)
Meet the young physicist who overcame incredible adversity to become one of the world's most famous scientists.
Grandad Mandela by Zazi, Ziwelene and Zindzi Mandela (Frances Lincoln, RRP £7.99)
Two great grandchildren ask their grandma about her father, legendary freedom fighter and South African President, Nelson Mandela.
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